'AlwAys Feel ThAT you Are A pArT oF IndIAnA unIversITy' by linxiaoqin

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									May 25th, 2006                                                phoenixn@iun.edu                                                        Volume 39 Issue 14



        ‘AlwAys Feel ThAT you Are A pArT
             oF IndIAnA unIversITy’




   May 11th 2006 marked       gland, Ph.D., presided over     Bergland.                         nation’s vulnerabilities”. In   champion the causes about
the40thannualCommence-        the ceremony and along           President Herbert’s“Charge       the Class of 2006, President    which we care the most?”
ment exercises for Indiana    with Indiana University         to the Class of 2006” inter-      Herbert found hope and            Esteban Gonzalez served
University Northwest. A       President Adam W. Herbert,      twined current events with        heroism, “among you are         as Class Representative for
total of 806 students were    Ph.D., conferred degrees.       the collegiate experience. “      future business leaders who     2006. Of the graduating
awarded degrees, recipients   An honorary degree was          Never have our states, na-        will fuel our economy, edu-     class, 53% earned bach-
included December 2005        awarded to Harry Mark Pe-       tion and the world been in        cators who will teach and       elor’s degrees, with 18%
candidates and graduates,     trakis, author of 18 novels     greater need of the knowl-        inspire future generations,     obtaining master’s degrees.
as well as May and August     and a Chesterton, In., resi-    edge, skills, insights, vision,   scientists who will advance     29% earned associate’s de-
2006 candidates. Graduate     dent. Petrakis’novels center    and the values, that you have     the frontiers of knowledge,     grees, and women have the
students were recognized      on the experiences of Greek     developed while studying at       artists and musicians who       strongest showing—71% of
for their achievements, as    Americans and immigrants        Indiana University. This          will touch our hearts and       the graduating class.
their degrees were awarded    in Northwest Indiana. “His      need is evident in so many        nurture our imaginations…
during 2005, or upcoming      work reflects values that In-   aspects of our lives. The         as we look to the future, we
in 2006.                      diana University Northwest      9/11 attacks and Gulf Coast       find ourselves wondering
  Chancellor Bruce W. Ber-    is striving to embody,” says    tragedies remind us of our        who are the heroes who will
      Five to Receive IU’s Highest Alumni Award
    Five Indiana University      Indiana Memorial Union,         be elected judge of a general     the dean of the School of         his doctorate from the IU
alumni have been named           900 E. Seventh St.              jurisdiction trial court in In-   Social Work. He has had a         School of Education in 1964
as recipients of the 2006        Following are individual        diana, the first female judge     distinctive career in the field   and worked to develop its
Distinguished Alumni Ser-        bios for each award recipi-     in the Indiana Court of Ap-       of social work, has fought        Department of Science and
vice Award. The award is         ent: Frederick F. Eichhorn      peals and the first female        to overcome discrimination        Environmental Education.
the highest honor reserved           Fred Eichhorn received      U.S. magistrate judge in          against minorities, and was       He served as special assis-
solely for IU alumni and         his bachelor’s degree in        Indiana. She also has been        a founder of the Neal-Mar-        tant to the IU president for
provides recognition for         business in 1952 and served     inducted into the Academy         shall Alumni Club.                10 years. In 1979, he was ap-
outstanding career achieve-      in the U.S. Air Force during    of Law Alumni Fellows, the          Ronald Webb received an         pointed dean of the School
ments and significant con-       the Korean War. After earn-     highest honor the IU School       education degree from IU in       of Continuing Studies and
tributions benefiting the        ing his law degree from the     of Law bestows upon its           1960. He served in the U.S.       helped to establish numer-
recipient’s community, state     IU School of Law-Bloom-         graduates. Shields received       Air Force during the Viet-        ous international programs
and nation or IU.                ington in 1957, he joined       two lifetime achievement          nam War and was held as           in the school. Since his re-
   This year’s recipients will   his father’s law firm in        awards from the Indianapo-        a prisoner of war in Hanoi        tirement, he has served as
be Frederick F. Eichhorn of      Gary and became a partner       lis Bar Association.              for nearly six years after a      special assistant to the pres-
Bloomington; V. Sue Shields      in 1963. He served on the       George Taliaferro                 mid-air collision led to his      ident of the IU Foundation.
of Noblesville; George           boards of numerous civic             As the leading rusher,       capture. After his release, he      As one of the nation’s larg-
Taliaferro of Bloomington;       organizations in northwest      George Taliaferro helped          continued to serve in the Air     est alumni organizations,
Ronald J. Webb of Niceville,     Indiana. He served as presi-    lead the 1945 IU football         Force and earned two Sil-         serving more than 481,000
Fla.; and James E. Weigand       dent of the Indiana State       team to the only undefeated       ver Stars before retiring as      graduates worldwide, the
of Bloomington. With the         Bar Association, received       Big Ten championship in           a colonel in 1985. President      IUAA is also a connection
addition of these recipients,    the Chancellor’s Medallion      IU football history. He was       Ronald Reagan appointed           betweenalumniandtheuni-
IU has honored 284 alumni        from IU Northwest and is a      the first African American        him a special assistant to the    versity. The association is a
since the award’s inception      member of the Academy of        player to be drafted by the       administrator of the Federal      dues membership organiza-
in 1953.                         Law Alumni Fellows. Eich-       National Football League.         Aviation Administration,          tion but provides many pro-
  The honorees will receive      horn served as a member of      Taliaferro earned his bach-       and President George H.W.         grams and services to the
the award in Bloomington         the IU Board of Trustees for    elor’s degree in physical         Bush appointed him FAA            general university commu-
during IU’s annual Cream         15 years and was president      education from IU in 1951.        aviation assistant to the Sec-    nity. For information, visit
and Crimson Alumni Week-         from 2002 to 2005.              He later served as dean of        retary of Transportation.         http://www.alumni.indiana.
end, June 16-18. The award         Sue Shields earned a law      students at Morgan State          James E. Weigand                  edu or call 800-824-3044.
recognition dinner will take     degree from the IU School of    University, and as special          James Weigand has been
place on June 17 at 6:30         Law-Bloomington in 1961.        assistant to the IU president,    an outstanding ambassador
p.m. in Alumni Hall of the       She was the first woman to      the IUPUI chancellor and          for education. He earned



   Iu Trustee Ballots Mailed to 481,000 Iu Grads
                                 the U.S. Postal Service by      all instructions in their bal-    remain sealed and locked          trustee is chosen each year.
 Ballots have been mailed to     third-class mail, so they       lot packet. By state law, the     away until the day of the           The seven candidates are:
481,000 Indiana University       will not be forwarded to a      return envelope must carry        election, June 30, when           Trina S. (Ringenberg) Mill-
graduates eligible to partici-   new address if the recipient    the signature of the person       they will be opened and           er, B.S. 1984 Granger, IN
pate in the annual election      has recently moved. Any         voting. If it does not, the       counted.                          County: Saint Joseph; Cora
for a seat on the IU Board of    IU graduate who does not        envelope and therefore the           The count begins at 9          Smith Breckenridge, B.S.
Trustees. Seven IU alumni,       receive a ballot and wishes     ballot it contains will be de-    a.m. and runs until all of the    1959, M.S. 1963 Elkhart,
including incumbent Cora         to participate in the elec-     clared void.                      votes are counted, which is       IN County: Elkhart
Smith Breckenridge, B.S.         tion should contact Carol           Last year invalid enve-       usually mid-afternoon. The        Philip N. Eskew Jr., M.D.
1959, M.S. 1963, are seek-       Hobbs at the IU Alumni As-      lopeswereabout4.6percent          count is open to the public,      1970 Carmel, IN, County:
ing a three-year term on         sociation for a replacement.    of the total. This was down       so any alumna or alumnus          Hamilton Steve; Sanders,
the Board of Trustees. The       Hobbs may be reached at         significantly from 19.5 per-      and members of the press          B.A. 1984 Chicago, IL ,
votes will be tallied by the     cbhobbs@indiana.edu or          cent in 2004, due to a rede-      may stop in to observe the        County: Cook
IU Bloomington Library on        812-855-4664.                   sign of the ballot envelope.      process.                          Carolyn Louise Jordan,
June 30. The person receiv-        Ballots for May graduates        All valid envelopes are           Last year 33,522 ballots       B.A. 1976, M.P.A. 2003
ing the highest number of        from the current year will      checked against the data-         were cast, including 31,961       Gary, IN, County: Lake
votes will win the seat.         be mailed in June, once the     base of living IU alumnae         valid and 1,561 invalid bal-      Steven Lloyd Kellam, B.S.
    Election Coordinator P.      Registrar’s Office has veri-    and alumni to make sure           lots.                             1972, Carmel, IN County:
Douglas McKinney said            fied that they have met all     that the senders are eligible     Three of the nine members         Hamilton
the mailings began on May        of the requirements for their   to vote. This step also en-       of the Board of Trustees          Chris Sautter, B.A. 1972
5 and were expected to be        diplomas.                       sures that no one submits         are elected by alumni. The        Washington, D.C. County:
completed by May 16.             McKinney said voters            more than one ballot.             three-year terms are stag-        None (independent city)
 The ballots are sent through    should be careful to observe      The ballot envelopes will       gered so that one alumni


             IMPORTANT NOTICE: Street Parking in Residential Areas
Dear Campus Community,                                                           The areas of concern are along the following streets:
                                                                                 * Washington
                                                                                 * Adams
There have been a number of complaints from neighbors                            * Jefferson
around the campus regarding parking in residential areas.                        * 35th Avenue (between Jefferson and Madison).
Gary Police will issue tickets and possibly tow any vehicles
parked in residential zoned areas. These areas are clearly vis-                  If you park on these streets, please be mindful of the residen-
ible with a sign indicating                                                      tial area signs and do not park in these areas.
“Resident Parking Only”.
                                                                                 Thank you for your cooperation.
                      IU license plates fund scholarships
  Indiana University license    * Sambodhi Das, a senior         Bloomfield, Ind.                from Berne, Ind.                The IUAA Scholars pro-
plates are much more than       at IU Northwest from Mun-        * Michael Riggle, a fresh-      * Michelle Thompson, a      gram is funded entirely by
automobile identifiers or       ster, Ind.                       man at IU Bloomington           freshman at IU Kokomo       the sale of IU license plates.
symbols of school pride.        * Stacey Davis-Heare, a          from Indianapolis               from Kokomo, Ind.           Nearly 35,000 IU plates are
They’re also a source of        junior at Indiana Univer-        * Priya Roy, a freshman                Including this year’son Hoosier vehicles, mak-
scholarship funds for IU        sity-Purdue University Fort      at IU Bloomington from          scholarships, the IUAA      ing the IU plate the most
students. This year, a por-     Wayne from Fort Wayne,           Bloomington                     Scholars program has        popular collegiate license
tion of the revenue generat-                                                                                                 plate in Indiana. With the
ed by the sale of IU license                                                                                                 purchase of each IU license
plates has provided $19,000                                                                                                  plate, a $25 tax-deductible
in scholarships for IU stu-                                                                                                  contribution is made to the
dents.                                                                                                                       IU Alumni Association to
   Nineteen students have                                                                                                    fund scholarships and many
been named IU Alumni As-                                                                                                     other programs and servic-
sociation Scholars for the                                                                                                   es.
2006-07-fall semester. Cho-                                                                                                      The IU Alumni Associa-
sen based on financial need                                                                                                  tion is dedicated to serving
and academic achievement,                                                                                                    the university and its diverse
IUAA Scholars are full-                                                                                                      alumni,studentsandfriends.
timeundergraduatestudents                                                                                                    As one of the nation’s larg-
who are sons and daughters                                                                                                   est alumni organizations,
of IU Alumni Association                                                                                                     serving more than 481,000
members. Each will receive                                                                                                   graduates worldwide, the
a $1,000 scholarship.                                                                                                        IUAA provides many pro-
                                                                                                                             grams and services to its
The 2006-07 IUAA Schol- Ind.                                     * Jennifer Schroeder, a ju-     awarded 176 $1,000 schol- members,          non-member
ars are:                     * Emily Fickes, a junior at         nior at IU East from Rich-      arships in 12 years. In its alumni and the university.
                             IU South Bend from South            mond, Ind.                      history, the IU             For information, visit http://
* Kristen Bard, a freshman Bend, Ind.                            * Jennifer Sherer, a junior                                 www.alumni.indiana.edu or
at IU Bloomington from * Emma Laycock, a fresh-                  at Indiana University-Pur-      Alumni Association has call 800-824-3044.
Antioch, Tenn.               man at IU Bloomington               due University Indianapolis     awarded nearly $3 million
* Jessica Biagioni, a fresh- from Waldron, Ind.                  from Fort Wayne, Ind.           in scholarships to IU stu-
man at IU Bloomington * Mark Liechty, a sopho-                   * Charles Sneed, a fresh-       dents.
from Dallas                  more at IU Bloomington              man at IU Bloomington
* Riley Bock, a freshman at from Kokomo, Ind.                    from Dallas
IU Bloomington from El- * Andrew O’Bryan, a senior               * Krista Stephenson, a                        Editorial Policy:
lettsville, Ind.             at IU Bloomington from In-          freshman at IU Blooming-
* Emily Cohen, a senior at dianapolis                            ton from Birmingham, Ala.
IU Bloomington from Port * Tony Ranard, a freshman               * Bethany Sweet, a fresh-        The Northwest Phoenix believes a free press is
                                                                                                  imperative because this is protected by the First Amendment.
Jefferson Station, N.Y.      at IU Bloomington from              man at IU Bloomington
                                                                                                  It is our obligation to try to report news in a non-biased
                                                                                                  factual manner that does not show favoritism to any organi-


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nate current IUN students       swer Sessions. The times,        gram Director, at                                                Shalane Latiker
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       Second Class of Cox Scholars Selected at IU
Twenty-one Indiana Uni-        year of study abroad for the     age of $6,000 toward their          2006 -07 Class of Cox Scholars with
versityundergraduateshave      scholars. Now beginning          education. Eight of the 21
been honored with selec-       its second year, the pro-        scholars are first-generation        their hometowns and campuses:
tion as Cox Scholars for the   gram will award more than        students.                            Jessica Baumer, Cambridge City, IU Bloomington
2006-07 academic year.         60 scholarships annually to      “The Cox Scholarship pro-               Sarah Bonifer, Santa Claus, IU Bloomington
                               sophomores, juniors and se-      gram is more than just a fi-                   Jared Boyd, Indianapolis, IUPUI
  The Jesse H. and Beulah      niors when it is fully imple-    nancial endowment,” Simic               Ty Childers, Bloomington, IU Bloomington
Chanley Cox Scholarship        mented in 2007-08.               said. “It is a perpetual part-               Alissa Cook, Leo, IU Bloomington
Fund is the largest merit-         “Jesse and Beulah Cox        nership between the scholar                 Alexandra Czok, Indianapolis, IUPUI
based scholarship program      understood from their own        and Indiana University. It                Rossa Deegan, Goshen, IU Bloomington
for working students at IU     life experiences both the        represents a commitment                     Julia Donhardt, Indianapolis, IUPUI
who are Indiana residents.     challenges students face in      to hard work, the pursuit of               E. Tabitha Earbin, Indianapolis, IUPUI
The renewable scholarship      financing their educations       knowledge, the spirit of phi-                   Le Hong, Indianapolis, IUPUI
provides 75 percent of the     and the importance of that       lanthropy and the future of               Andrew Kincius, Kouts, IU Bloomington
estimatedcostofattendance      education to their futures,”     Indiana.”                              Jamie McIntosh, Sellersburg, IU Bloomington
on the Bloomington and IU-     said Curt Simic, president                                             Julianne Martin, Brownsburg, IU Bloomington
PUI campuses for students      of the IU Foundation, which      To learn more about the               Kathryn Martin, Bloomington, IU Bloomington
who have demonstrated          administers the scholar-         program and how to apply,             Jessica Mitchell, Bloomington, IU Bloomington
highacademicachievement        ships. “These students are       go to http://iufoundation.                Melissa Pflug, Madison, IU Bloomington
and who are working to earn    enormously deserving of          iu.edu/cox/index.html.              Katheryn Sammons, Bloomington, IU Bloomington
25 percent of their college    this honor.”                                                         Amber Smallwood, Bloomington, IU Bloomington
expenses.                         The newly selected schol-                                                  Lindsey Webb, Indianapolis, IUPUI
The Cox Scholarship offers     ars have a 3.64 average                                                       Susan Whisler, Indianapolis, IUPUI
special programs and semi-     grade-point average and                                                    DJuan Wilcher, Hobart, IU Bloomington
nars as well as an optional    have contributed an aver-




    Iun professors receive I.u. Trustee Teaching Award
DR.      SMITH    RECEIVES cation. “Some of I.U.’s fin-         west is a reward unto itself,    and express opinions, abil-      phy
I.U.     TRUSTEE    TEACH- est faculty members make             but I am greatly apprecia-       ity to relate the subject area    w Adrian Garcia, assistant
ING AWARD                    up that committee, so their        tive and humbled to receive      to real world situations, the    professor of Spanish
                             recognition                        the I.U. Trustee Teaching        maintaining of an environ-       w Adrienne Kochman, art
GARY-State Rep. Vernon makes the award ever more                Award.”                          ment of mutual respect, the      historian
G. Smith received the Indi- valuable to me. Likewise, I           The award was presented        constant improvement of           w Diane Larson, lecturer
ana University Trustee       am honored to be included          to 10 I.U. Northwest faculty     courses and teaching meth-       in Computer Information
Teaching Award Monday. among this distinguished                 members this year. The cri-      ods, continual professional      Systems
The award is presented to group of men and women                teria for selection includes     development, and a willing-      w Robert Mucci, associate
a select group of full-time who received this award. It         the faculty member’s posi-       ness to share one’s expertise    professor of Anthropology
faculty who has been rec- has been my great privilege           tive influence on students,      with colleagues.                 w Cynthia O’Dell, associ-
ognized for teaching excel- to serve with the talented          knowledge of subject area,          The other I.U. Northwest      ate professor of Psychology
lence.                       and dedicated faculty at In-       classroom                        recipients are:                  w Stella Pudar-Hozo, lec-
  “I am deeply honored to be diana University Northwest         preparation, enthusiasm,         w Subir Bandyopadhyay,           turer in Mathematics
chosen for this prestigious and to teach such fine, intel-      availability to students for     professor of Marketing           w Marty Zusman, profes-
award,” said Dr. Smith, an ligent students on our cam-          consultation, motivation of      w Gianluca Di Muzio, as-         sor of Sociology
associate professor of Edu- pus. Teaching at IU North-          students to ask questions        sistant professor of Philoso-


                                              Campus Crime Alert
  At approximately 4:20        tion related to this incident,   Thieves want the same            Crime Statistics         iupui.edu/ - 430 N. Univer-
p.m. Wednesday, April 26,      please call the IU               thing you do, to get out of                               sity Blvd.
IU Northwest police report     Northwest Police Depart-         there quickly. Your money     In compliance with the      East - http://www.iue.edu/
that a student was physi-      ment at 219-980-6501.            is not worth your             Jeanne Clery Disclosure     police/ - Springwood Hall,
cally assaulted at the Mobil   Resources for reporting          life!                         of Campus Security Policy Room 001
gas station located at         incidents or emergencies:                                      and                         Kokomo - http://www.iuk.
30th Avenue and Broad-         http://www.iun.edu/              * Make sure all en-           Crime Statistics Act, the   edu/adminfin/safe-secure/
way, near campus. There        ~policenw/resources/re-          trances to your location are campus police or safety and - Kelley Student Center,
were no injuries.              portemergency.shtml              locked. Never let             security department on      Room 234D
  The immediate area was                                        anyone in you do not know. each Indiana University        NORTHWEST - http://
searched and local police      Safety Tips:                                                   campus provides informa- www.iun.edu/~policenw/
agencies were contacted,                                        * Report unusual activ- tion on crime statistics,         - Tamarack Hall, Room 01
however no suspects were       * Always be aware                ity, such as persons loiter-  crime prevention, law en-   South Bend - http://www.
found.                         of your surroundings and         ing, immediately to           forcement, crime reporting, iusb.edu/~sbsafety/ - Ad-
Suspect is described as:       people around you. Studies       university police.            and other related issues    ministration Building,
A black male, approximate-     show that street thieves                                       at the following Web sites  Room
ly 5’ 7”, 150 pounds with a    avoid people who appear          * Take note of descrip-       and/or campus locations:    116
dark complexion,               confident and purposeful         tive details to aid apprehen-                             Southeast - http://www.
wearing a light gray,          when walking.                    sion of the suspect.          Bloomington - http://www. ius.edu/UniversityPolice/
hooded sweatshirt and blue                                                                    indiana.edu/~iupd/ - 801    - University Center, Room
jeans.                         * If confronted, give            Clery Act Notice              N. Jordan Avenue            007
  Anyone with informa-         up your belongings calmly.       Campus Security and           IUPUI - http://www.police.
       Trash Bash 2006
       Shatters Records
INDOT crews and volun-
teer groups collected more
than 60,000 bags of
                                wrappers and cans, Trash
                                Bash volunteers found a
                                number of unusual items;
                                                                                RedHawk Cafe
trash                           among them a refrigera-
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Va-        tor, a football, a basketball
                                                                                            Hours for Food Services
cation season is underway       and the molding from a ‘57
                                                                         Effective: Monday, May 8, 2006
in the Hoosier state, and       Chevy.
thanks to the effort of hun-         INDOT is encouraging
                                                                         Redhawk Café located in Moraine Student Center
dreds of volunteers, Indiana    Hoosiers to help clean up
travelers will enjoy spruced    and prevent litter on Indiana
                                                                         Monday - Thursday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
up highways while driving       highways until Trash Bash
across the state. Since 1997,   2007 by following these
                                                                         Friday: Closed
the Indiana Department of       tips:
Transportation (INDOT) has      * Set an example for oth-
                                                                         Little Redhawk Café located in the Library:
coordinated with Adopt-A-       ers, especially children, by
Highway volunteers and the      not littering.
                                                                         Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 2:00pm
Indiana Department of Cor-      * Carry a litter bag in your
rections to “spring clean”      car.
every mile of Interstate dur-   *      Make sure trash cans
ing Trash Bash. Each year,      have lids that can be secure-
hundreds of tons of trash are   ly fastened.
collected - sprucing up the     * Tie papers in a bundle
highways in time for nice       before placing them in a
weather.                        curbside recycling bin.

                                                                     IUN Blood Drive is a Success!!!
 Trash Bash 2006 shattered      * If you own a business,
records for the amount of       check dumpsters daily to
trash collected. In a typical   see that top and side doors
Trash Bash around 340 tons      are closed.                     Thank you to all who
of trash is collected. This     * Report areas where peo-       participated in the Student
year, Trash Bash crews col-     ple have illegally dumped       Guide Red Cross Blood
lected a massive 472 tons       garbage and debris to your      Drive! We successfully
of trash. Trash Bash crews      local transportation, public    passed our goal of 45 units.
cleaned a total of 4,067        works or conservation of-       Together we collected 50
miles of highway and col-       fice, and ask that the mate-    units of blood. 50 units of
lected more than                rial be removed.                blood can save 150 lives.
62,000 bags of trash.           *      If you or a member       Please save the date of
Adopt-A-Highway volun-          of your family is involved      Wednesday, June 21 for our
teers layed a significant       in a civic group, scouting      Summer drive. Blood dona-
role in this year’s success,    or recreational sports pro-     tions can be given every
with more than 238 Adopt-       gram, encourage the group       eight weeks.
A-Highway groups partici-       to “Adopt-A-Highway” and
pating in Trash Bash state-     maintain it on a regular ba-    Thank you,
wide.                           sis. Call (317)232-5509 for
  Along with the typical as-    details.                        Student Guide Services
sortment of bottles, candy

                rep. smith outlines                                                                  DO YOU NEED $1,000 FOR
                                                                                                    BOOKS, TUITION, SUPPLIES?!
               Grant street Timetable
INDIANAPOLIS-State              - Western half of Grant         Smith. “I talked with                    The WILLIAM AND LOUISE ALLEN
Rep. Vernon G. Smith (D-        Street -                        the appropriate INDOT                SCHOLARSHIP TRUST is granting several
Gary) said he has heard         Southbound lanes                officials and told them the        $1,000 scholarships to current students and
numerous questions and                                          residents needed to know         graduating high school seniors who are residents
concerns about when work        Nov. 24     Final comple-       what the schedule was.           of Lake County, through a trust administered by
will be completed on the        tion date                       Another concern of mine                          Fifth Third Bank.
Grant Street project, so he                                     was that minorities were
contacted the Indiana De-         The project engineer          on the job as the contract                     The process is EASY!
partment of Transportation      wrote that there will be        specifies. I was assured
(INDOT) and obtained the        side street closures for the    the company working on
                                                                                                 Simply download the attached application AND
project’s schedule.             western half of Grant Street    this project has fulfilled its
                                                                                                  corresponding documents, fill out application
  The following are the         as the intersections are        contractual agreement for
tentative completion dates,     paved. All road closures        inclusion.”                      and letter of recommendation completely, follow
contingent on weather and       are presented to the Board        Dr. Smith said he appre-       the simple mailing instructions, and you could
other unforseen conditions:     of Public Works and Safety      ciates the interest WLTH                           have $1,000!!!
                                for approval prior to any       takes in the community
May 12      Side Street         closures.                       and the input offered by           Hurry! Deadline for submitting
opening - 35th Avenue             “I listen to WLTH of-         Gary residents. Rep. Smith
                                ten and heard the discus-       encouraged citizens to                 applications is May 31
June 1      Phase One -         sions as well as have had       telephone him at his home
Eastern half of Grant Street    a number of phone calls         with their concerns at 887-       If additional information is needed, contact a
-Northbound lanes               about this project and the      2046 or call toll-free to his      Trust Officer at Fifth Third Bank at (574) 245-
                                inconveniences the road         Statehouse office at 1-800-                              5028
Oct. 16     Phase Two           work has caused,” said Dr.      382-9842.
                         hoosiers Favor Basic rights for
                           Gay and lesbian Citizens
Indianapolis - In poll            and inheritance. Nearly          lesbian Hoosiers should           all Hoosiers,” stated Wal-       Nondiscrimination (ICON),
<http://eqfed.org/ct/_1zs-        three-fourths (74 percent)       have the same civil rights        ter Botich, Legislative Co-      Indiana Transgender Rights
KF1ORI8/PollResults>              oftherespondentsindicated        protections as others.            Chair for the coalition.         Advocacy Alliance
results released today, Indi-     that they support hospital       Clear majorities support               In late 2005, Indiana       (INTRAA), Indiana Action
ana residents were found to       visitation rights for same-      such protections in urban,        Equality commissioned the        Network (IAN), Justice,
overwhelminglysupportba-          sex couples. Slightly over       suburban, small town,             Indiana University Center        Inc., Indiana PFLAG
sic human rights for gay and      half (53 percent) support        and rural areas, and across       for Survey Research to sur-      Alliance, Indianapolis Rain-
lesbian citizens. Majorities      inheritance rights.              all age, educational attain-      vey the attitudes of Indiana     bowChamberofCommerce,
favored equality for gay and       Support for hospital visita-    ment, and racial groups.          citizens on issues               the National Association
lesbian Hoosiers in employ-       tion rights was strong across        Respondents also over-        facing lesbian and gay Hoo-      of Social Workers - Indi-
ment, housing, and public         all categories.                  whelmingly favor hate             siers. Several questions per-    ana Chapter, Human Rights
accommodations, often by          Even among respondents           crimes legislation (77 per-       taining to these issues were     Campaign Indianapolis
very significant margins.         over the age of 65 and re-       cent). Moreover, of those         added to the 2005 Indiana        Steering Committee, and
  “Hoosiers are increasingly      spondents living in rural        who favor hate crimes legis-      Poll, a semi-annual survey       the Northeast Indiana AIDS
supportive of lesbian, gay,       areas, supermajorities favor     lation, the vast majority (85     of Indiana residents probing     Memorial, as well as
bisexual, and transgender         visitation rights.               percent)believesthatcrimes        attitudes about a wide range     regional steering commit-
rights, however, there is still      Respondents were more         based on sexual orientation       of social, economic, and         tees in the Indianapolis,
no law on the books that          divided about inheritance        should be included.               political topics.                Bloomington, Evansville,
protects LGBT Hoosiers            rights for same-sex couples.      “Local ordinances that bar         Founded in 2003, Indiana       Fort Wayne, Lafayette, and
from discrimination at the        Women and younger re-            discrimination based upon         Equality is a coalition of or-   South Bend areas.
state level,” observed            spondents are more likely to     sexual orientation                ganizations from                      For more information
John Clower, Chair of Indi-       support inheritance rights,      cover nearly 22 percent of        around the state that focus      about Indiana Equality,
ana Equality.                     as are those living in urban     the population in Indiana.        on ensuring basic human          please visit: <http://eqfed.
   The survey asked voters        and suburban areas.              This growing trend                rights for Indiana’s             org/ct/Lpzs-KF1ORIn/IE-
about two specific rights for       The survey found respon-       highlights the need to            LGBT citizens. Participat-       Home> www.indianaequal-
gay and lesbian                   dentsoverwhelminglyagree         change our state law to in-       ing organizations include        ity.org.
couples: hospital visitation      (79 percent) that gay and        clude these protections for       Interfaith Coalition on




      Network Security Training -- When the ‘Good
             Guys’ Get to Play ‘Bad Guys’
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -               directly involved in the         hosts as possible during an       Denver, Colorado, April 10-      ogy in today’s world, creat-
- Researchers at Indiana          practical aspects of comput-     allotted time.                    12. Security 2006 marks the      ing new inventions, devices,
University’s       Advanced       er security who -- despite          The groups receive cre-        fourth time the ANML has         andsoftwarethatextendthe
Network Management Lab            being highly knowledge-          dentials to log into an isolat-   offered this type of hands-      capabilities of information
(ANML), part of Pervasive         able in their field -- might     ed network segment and are        on exercise to groups of net-    technology in advanced re-
Technology Labs, have de-         not have any experience of       provided a set of tools that      work security professionals      search and everyday life.
veloped a hands-on training       how a real-world ‘cracker’       helps them to elevate their       and feedback from partici-          Fundamental to its mis-
exercise that allows network      goes about breaking into a       privileges or “gain root” on      pants has been positive.         sion are efforts to attract,
and security professionals        computer system,” he said.       their own machine. “Gain-           “People learn best by do-      encourage, educate, and re-
from colleges and universi-         Ripley notes that this type    ing root” means the groups        ing things for themselves,”      tain Indiana ‘s workforce of
ties to play the role of net-     of hands-on cracking exer-       secure access to areas of         said Ripley.                     tomorrow, and to accelerate
work intruder on a simu-          cise is not typically offered    the operating system typi-           The group plans to offer      economicgrowthintheState
lated “real-world” network.       at venues catering specifi-      cally only available to the       “War Games” training at fu-      through the commercializa-
“War Games: An Exercise           callytothehigher-education       administrators of a shared        ture events like those spon-     tion of new inventions and
in Ethical Cracking” was          community, and he believes       computer.                         sored by Educause and In-        by forming and supporting
designed with the higher          theformatgivesparticipants           This in turn allows the       ternet2 in an ongoing effort     new start-up companies.
education security commu-         new insights that will help      groups to reach a larger set      to reach the higher educa-       In carrying out its mission,
nity in mind.                     them to better protect their     of tools with which they can      tion security community.         Pervasive Technology Labs
     “The aim of the train-       own networks.                    obtain entry to other groups’                                      is helping Indiana Univer-
ing is to give participants          “We’re exposing people        machines and work to gain         About Pervasive Technol-         sity maintain its position
hands-on experience using         who might not otherwise          root on those machines.           ogy Labs at Indiana Univer-      of international leadership
the kinds of tools and tech-      have the opportunity to par-     Throughout the exercise           sity                             in information technology
niques that bad guys use          ticipate in these kinds of ex-   each group monitors for                                            research and, as a result, is
and to give them better in-       ercises” said Ripley.            outside attacks from their              Pervasive Technology       helping to enhance the pros-
sight into the practicalities        In the exercise, a single     competitorsandattemptsto          Labs at Indiana University       perity of the entire state of
of computer and network           physical machine running         defend against them.              (pervasive.iu.edu), estab-       Indiana.
security,” said ANML re-          specialized software acts          “War Games” training was        lished in 1999 by a grant
searcher and training co-fa-      as multiple virtual hosts.       most recently offered at the      from Lilly Endowment,
cilitator David Ripley.           Groups of participants are       Security 2006: Educause &         Inc., performs leading-edge
   “There are many people         given the goal to “capture”      Internet2 Security Profes-        research based on the ubiq-
who set policy or who are         as many of the other groups’     sionals Conference held in        uity of information technol-
2005 - 2006 Graduate List




Indiana University Northwest
Division of Allied Health              BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                    Spanish                                  Sociology/French
                                       Candidates for Degrees, May 2006       ANN P. HUBBARD, Highland                 PATRICIA HULL, Westville
Sciences                               MARY BETH CADDELL, Westville           Anthropology                             English
                                       Radiologic Sciences                    AMBER N. LINSEMEYER, Michigan City       ALEX HURST, Valparaiso
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
                                       TERESA A. KEMPFER, Michigan City       Fine Arts/Computer Information Systems   Fine Arts
Degrees Conferred, December 31, 2005
                                       Radiologic Sciences                    TOYIA M. MOORE, Gary                     AMANDA B. JENNINGS, Griffith
DELORES ALLEN, Merrillville
                                       VESNA KNEZEVIC, Schererville           Sociology                                Sociology
Respiratory Therapy
                                       Radiologic Sciences                    CHARLOTTE ANN NOBLE, Munster             ERICA LYNYETTE JORDAN, Gary
KEESHA NICOLE MITCHELL ALLEN,
                                       TIMOTHY SEAN RODRICK, Lake Station     Anthropology                             Psychology
  Michigan City
                                       Radiologic Sciences                    JENNIFER PUENTES, Schererville           CAROLYN ELIZABETH KAMINSKI,
Respiratory Therapy
                                       SHERI LYNN STREMPLEWSKI, Dyer          Anthropology                               Michigan City
STEFANIE RAYANN BRADLEY, Valparaiso
                                       Radiologic Sciences                    SHELLIE RAE STOUT, Portage               Fine Arts
Respiratory Therapy
                                                                              Anthropology                             AARON S. KETCHUM, Wheatfield
CYNTHIA LATOYIA CROSS, Gary
                                       ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE                   CANDICE TURNER, Gary                     English
Respiratory Therapy
                                       Candidates for Degrees, August 2006    Communication                            DELORES KINER, LaPorte
STEPHEN R. DOMER, Valparaiso
                                       CHRISTOPHER JOHN AYLMER, Valparaiso    PAMELA WITCHER, Hobart                   Psychology
Respiratory Therapy
                                       Radiography                            Computer Information Systems             LILLIAN MICHELLE KULAGE, Portage
MELISSA LYNN DURING, Chesterton
                                       JESSICA LYN BARRELL, Highland                                                   English
Respiratory Therapy
                                       Radiography                            ASSOCIATE OF ARTS                        KELLY LYNN LEMON, Crown Point
ANNETTE FEENEY, Schererville
                                       ROY LEE CONTRERAZ Jr., Portage         Candidates for Degrees, August 2006      Spanish
Respiratory Therapy
                                       Radiography                            LINDSAY N. GARDNER, Michigan City        CHRISTINE LIVINGSTON, Chesterton
CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL GEORGE,
                                       JILLIAN E. CORTESE, Hobart             Communication                            Communication
  Valparaiso
                                       Radiography                            ROBIN LYNN PHILLIPS, Griffith            LAMAR REINIER LONG, Gary
Respiratory Therapy
                                       LAURA KATHLEEN DICKERSON, South Bend   Psychology                               Communication
DUSTIN JOE GOGAL, Griffith
                                       Radiography                                                                     LISA MICHELLE McNEILEY, Portage
Respiratory Therapy
                                       PEARL LAURIE ESCOBEDO, East Chicago    BACHELOR OF ARTS                         Sociology
JUDY ANN LEE-HOBBS, Gary
                                       Radiography                            Degrees Conferred, December 31, 2005     MIRANDA MALINOVSKY, Chesterton
Respiratory Therapy
                                       LAWRENCE D. GALLION, Westville         MICHELLE AHLFELD, Portage                English
SHERRI RAMBO, Lake Station
                                       Radiography                            Sociology                                LYNN MOLNAR, Cedar Lake
Respiratory Therapy
                                       MARK DANIEL GOVERT, Griffith           CHRISTY ANDERSON, Hobart                 Psychology
SONYA RENEE SMITH, East Chicago
                                       Radiography                            Psychology                               ROSALINDA AMELIA NERI, Gary
Respiratory Therapy
                                       JENNIFER LYNN HAWKINS, Hobart          JARRETT J. BUGGS, East Chicago           Fine Arts
LAUREN ELIZABETH TUESBURG, Portage
                                       Radiography                            Psychology                               JESSICA NUGENT, Portage
Respiratory Therapy
                                       NATALIE SUE HENRY, Valparaiso          KATHRYN HEATHER GOESEL, Dyer             Psychology
                                       Radiography                            Psychology                               KATHY J. NUREK, Crown Point
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
                                       MICHELE L. HYLAND, Hobart              ALEXAS R. HOLBROOK, Hobart               Psychology
Degrees Conferred, December 31, 2005
                                       Radiography                            Psychology                               MRS. THERESA LYNN PETRUSKA, Gary
ELIZABETH ESQUIVEL, Hobart
                                       MEGHAN C. JONGKIND, Highland           EMILY HUSSEY, Dyer                       Psychology
Radiologic Sciences
                                       Radiography                            Psychology                               JENNIFER PUENTES, Schererville
AUDRA L. VRANE, Schererville
                                       JAMES MICHAEL JOZAITIS, LaPorte        VICTORIA LACNY, Valparaiso               Sociology
Radiologic Sciences
                                       Radiography                            Sociology                                CRISTAL QUIROZ, East Chicago
                                       JENNIFER LYNN KEARNEY, Michigan City   ADAM C. LAHMAN, Merrillville             Communication
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
                                       Radiography                            Sociology                                REBECCA DANIELLE RAMIREZ, Hammond
Candidates for Degrees, May 2006
                                       MELISSA JEAN KEEN, Valparaiso          OLAMIDE A. MAKINDE, Hammond              Political Science
MELISSA LOUISE ALBIN, Hammond
                                       Radiography                            History                                  GABRIELLE RANDOLPH, Gary
Respiratory Therapy
                                       JAMIE M. KIRBY, Merrillville           NATHAN SAMUEL MINDEL, Hobart             Psychology
SHARON DENISE BARNEY, Hammond
                                       Radiography                            Psychology                               DANA LEE RICHARDSON, Valparaiso
Health Information Technology
                                       GAIL M. KOCHEK, Merrillville           MARY CECILIA NOLAN, Portage              English
ANGELA LEAH BROWN, Griffith
                                       Radiography                            English                                  TABITHA SHERRILL, Michigan City
Respiratory Therapy
                                       JEANEE LINN KOCHOPOLOUS,               GERALDINE THOMAS, Merrillville           Psychology
BRANSON C. CULLIMORE, Crown Point
                                         Michigan City                        Sociology                                VANESSA LYNN SLATTON, Chesterton
Medical Laboratory Technology
                                       Radiography                            JENNIFER L. WARREN, Hobart               Psychology
DEBRA KAY DIEHL, Hebron
                                       WILLIAM DENNY LACKEY Jr., Portage      Psychology                               JOAQUIN SORIA III, Hobart
Health Information Technology
                                       Radiography                                                                     Communication
SERAH MICHELLE EDWARDS, Gary
                                       MERISSA MANN, Chesterton               BACHELOR OF ARTS                         THOMAS DEAN SPRINGFIELD, Chicago,
Medical Laboratory Technology
                                       Radiography                            Candidates for Degrees, May 2006           Illinois
KRISTEN MARIE GARZA-HEILMAN, Hebron
                                       JAMES MASTERSON, Munster               JESSICA MARIA ACOSTA, Munster            History
Medical Laboratory Technology
                                       Radiography                            Psychology                               JENNIFER L. SYMMES, Cedar Lake
KIMBERLEY GRIN, Griffith
                                       SARAH E. NOLAN, Hobart                 ERIKA ALCANTAR, Hammond                  Psychology
Health Information Technology
                                       Radiography                            Psychology                               RAHSAÁN TAYLOR, Gary
CATHERINE GYEABUOR, Hammond
                                       SASKO PAVLOVSKI, Schererville          FRANCES JEAN BARNES, Gary                Fine Arts
Respiratory Therapy
                                       Radiography                            Sociology                                ALISHA R. THROCKMARTIN, Hobart
SHAUNTEL RENEE HARRIS, Merrillville
                                       HOLLY G. PERACKI, Valparaiso           JENNIFER BEDOLLA, Portage                Communication
Medical Laboratory Technology
                                       Radiography                            Psychology                               GABRIELA TIRADO, Gary
ADA E. HERRERA, Gary
                                       MICHELE A. PERILLO, Crown Point        LISA-MARIE BONE, Gary                    Spanish/French
Health Information Technology
                                       Radiography                            English                                  PAT TOMLIN, Merrillville
JACQUELYN MARIE HIGHSMITH, Hobart
                                       SARAH K. PYLE, Crown Point             BRADLEY WILLIAM BONICH, Crown Point      Fine Arts
Respiratory Therapy
                                       Radiography                            Fine Arts                                MIKE A. TOTHFALUSI, Highland
CHARMAINE HINES, Hammond
                                       NIKKI REYNA, Hammond                   KRISTINA L. CHAKOS, Chesterton           Economics
Health Information Technology
                                       Radiography                            Communication                            KEVIN ROBERT FRANK TUCKER, Hammond
JACLYN HRUNEK, Valparaiso
                                       JOSEPH P. SNELSON, Merrillville        STEPHANIE LYNNE CLEMENS, Hobart          Fine Arts
Health Information Technology
                                       Radiography                            Psychology                               INDU LORAINE TYSON, Griffith
QUINELLA A. JACKSON, Gary
                                       CHRISTINE M. STEINWAY, Elkhart         GARRETT J. CLOUGH, Valparaiso            Psychology
Medical Laboratory Technology
                                       Radiography                            Fine Arts                                ALEXANDER S. VASILESKI, Merrillville
CRISTAL GAYE JANIGAN, Gary
                                       MICHAEL TIMOTHY STRAZZANTE,            ANDREA BETH CORNWELL, Hammond            Psychology
Respiratory Therapy
                                         Crown Point                          English                                  LAURA VAZQUEZ, Portage
KRISTIN L. JENNINGS, Valparaiso
                                       Radiography                            DONNITA A. COUTEÉ, Gary                  Spanish
Health Information Technology
                                       OSCAR TIRADO, East Chicago             Psychology                               NICOLE MARISA WALTERS, Gary
TAWANA CHANEL JOHNSON, Gary
                                       Radiography                            ROBIN LáTOYA CURRY, Gary                 Psychology
Health Information Technology
                                       CHRISTINA JO TRAXLER, Chesterton       Fine Arts                                GENEVIEVE MARIE WHEETLEY, Gary
BRIANNE NICOLE KEISER, Hebron
                                       Radiography                            HEIDI M. DARRAH, LaPorte                 History
Radiography
                                       AMANDA MARIE WILSON, Valparaiso        Psychology                               AISHA WILKES, Hobart
SUZANA KOTESKA, Crown Point
                                       Radiography                            HEATHER DETTERBECK, Gurnee, Illinois     English
Medical Laboratory Technology
                                                                              Fine Arts                                SHANNON WILLIAMSON, Hobart
LUANN LAWTON, Crown Point
                                       BACHLOR OF SCIENCE                     NOVA H. ELDERS, Hebron                   Psychology
Health Information Technology
                                       Candidate for Degree, August 2006      Psychology                               AMY LINDSEY WINN, Hobart
TANYA McCELLAND, Portage
                                       DIONYSIOS GEORGE DOUKAS, Dyer          TIMOTHY P. ELLIS, Chesterton             Psychology
Health Information Technology
                                       Radiologic Sciences                    Psychology                               JUSTIN R. WOLF, Schererville
SARAH KATHRYN MURPHY, Crown Point
                                                                              ANNIE ELIZABETH FALASCHETTI, Munster     Fine Arts/Computer Information Systems
Health Information Technology
                                                                              Fine Arts
RENEE NOWICKI, Munster
Health Information Technology
                                       College of Arts and Sciences           LAURIE BETH FARVER, Hobart               BACHELOR OF ARTS
                                                                              Theatre/Communication                    Candidates for Degrees, August 2006
CHRISTINA MARIE PEREZ, Portage
                                       ASSOCIATE OF ARTS                      ANNA FERNANDEZ, Munster                  MICHAEL BALUNDA, Valparaiso
Health Information Technology
                                       Degrees Conferred, December 31, 2005   Political Science                        History
TRACY POWERS, Michigan City
                                       JENNIFER BEDOLLA, Portage              KYLE J. GALLOWAY, Hebron                 JASON L. BATES, Hebron
Health Information Technology
                                       Women’s Studies                        History                                  Communication
SANDRA MICHELLE RILEY, Gary
                                       NANCY L. ESCOBEDO, East Chicago        GRETCHEN A. GASPER, Hobart               KIMBERLY MAY BOATRIGHT, Porter
Health Information Technology
                                       Latino Studies                         English                                  English
SARAH CATHERINE RUCKER, Lowell
                                       JACLYN DANA HAC, Crown Point           ERIN DONTRESE GOODE, Gary                DEBBIE J. CHOATE, Merrillville
Health Information Technology
                                       Anthropology                           Communication                            Sociology
JENNIFER ANN STITES, Lake Station
                                       KELLY LYNN LEMON, Crown Point          LINDEN ALLEN GRECULA, Porter             JASON GERARD DOFFIN, Crown Point
Health Information Technology
                                       Latino Studies                         Sociology                                Geology
JUDITH A. STRICKLIN-WALKER, Highland
                                                                              NICOLETTE IOLANI GRIES, Munster          NICHOLAS EHRHARDT, Hobart
Health Information Technology
                                       ASSOCIATE OF ARTS                      Biology                                  Fine Arts
JENNIFER E. SUROWIEC, Lowell
                                       Candidates for Degrees, May 2006       TERRY MONT HARMAN, Crown Point           ADRIENNE GADLING, East Chicago
Health Information Technology
                                       JOSHUA ALBANESE, Crown Point           Theatre                                  Communication/Afro-American Studies
GLORIA J. SWEET, Hammond
                                       Theatre                                ROBERT EDWARD HAYES, Highland            KARA GORA, Crown Point
Health Information Technology
                                       LAUREN PHYLLIS PETRA BENARD,           History                                  Sociology
RACHEL DANIELLE SWEET, Griffith
                                         Highland                             SHELLEY L. HERMES, Merrillville          MARC C. HARDIN, Crown Point
Respiratory Therapy
                                       Psychology                             Fine Arts                                Economics
JACLYNN NICHOLE THOMPSON,
                                       IESHA SHANTEL COTTON, Gary             VICTOR HERMOSILLO, Hammond               KIMBERLY M. HILL, Gary
  Michigan City
                                       French/Biology                         Biology                                  Psychology
Radiography
                                       ANGELA DEEHAN, St. John                REX ALAN HOOD Jr., Portage               GENYLL HUNT, Gary
MICHAEL O’CONNOR WRIGHT, Hammond
                                       Fine Arts/Biology                      Political Science                        Sociology
Medical Laboratory Technology
                                       ERIN DONTRESE GOODE, Gary              ANN P. HUBBARD, Highland                 CORRINE E. JAYNE, Highland
Fine Arts/Computer Information      Candidates for Degrees, August 2006   Business Administration               PILAR GUTIERREZ DOMER,                  Gary
  Systems                           CHIBUIKE CHIMDIYA                                                             Valparaiso                          CHRISTIE C. SHAFFER, Portage
CASEY KIRKPATRICK, Lake Station       ANOKWUTE, Merrillville              BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN                Management and Administrative         TERRYONA MONIQUE SIMS, Hazel
Sociology                           Biology                                 BUSINESS                              Studies                               Crest, Illinois
CHRISTINE BRIDGET LIPOWSKI,         LINDSEY NICOLE GRADY,                 Candidates for Degrees, May 2006      ERNEST JOSEPH LEICHT, Hobart
  Crown Point                         Valparaiso                          PHILIP PAUL ARNOLD, Valparaiso        Management and Administrative         BACHELOR OF ARTS
Communication                       Psychology                            Business Administration                 Studies                             IN GENERAL STUDIES
MICHELLE L. MAMAN, Hobart           ZIA S. KHAN, Crown Point              BRANDON V. BARKS, Crown Point         MARIANNE ZIZA MILICH, Crown           Degrees Conferred, December 31,
Fine Arts                           Actuarial Science                     Business Administration                 Point                                 2005
CHARLOTTE ANN NOBLE, Munster        STEPHANIE FLORA KITE, Crown           CARISSA ANN BARR, St. John            Management and Administrative         LAWANDA DENISE BROADNAX,
Sociology                             Point                               Business Administration                 Studies                               Gary
DOUGLAS LEE PETERS, Lowell          Geology                               AUDREY ROSE CASTANEDA,                ADOLPH ROGERS, Valparaiso             JANELLE KAY CHUMBLEY-HAAS,
History                             DAWN KNIPE, Chesterton                  Hobart                              Management and Administrative           Chesterton
STEPHANIE POE, DeMotte              Geology                               Financial Information Systems           Studies                             JAMES MICHAEL CONNELLY,
Communication                       ADAM CHARLES WILSON, Hobart           JOSEPH RONALD FRANCIS, Crown                                                  Crown Point
KENDRA RANDLER, Chesterton          Biology                                 Point                               MASTER OF BUSINESS                    KIMBERLY J. FOX, Battle Ground
Sociology                                                                 Business Administration                 ADMINISTRATION                      LAURA J. HA, Munster
LaTISHA A. REYNOLDS, Gary                                                 ADAM LINFORD HAINES,                  Candidates for Degrees, May 2006      JOHN D. HANCOCK, Crown Point
Communication                       School of Business and                  Valparaiso                          STEVEN C. BELL, Valparaiso            KIMBERLY MICHELLE KONRAD,
MOHAMMAD ALI SHABBIR,                                                     Financial Information Systems         Management and Administrative           Valparaiso
                                    Economics
  Crown Point                                                             EZERINE HARRIS, Gary                    Studies                             YVONNE DIANE MARANTE,
Biology                                                                   Financial Information Systems         PAUL JOSEPH COLLINS, Chicago,           Whiting
                                    ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN
ERIN D. SMITH, Lake Village                                               VINCE HAUSMANN, Hammond                 Illinois                            CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY SIMS,
                                      BUSINESS
History                                                                   Business Administration               Management and Administrative           Gary
                                    Degrees Conferred, December 31,
ELENA GEORGIA VASILAKIS,                                                  Financial Information Systems           Studies                             ALVYRA SMITH, Crown Point
                                      2005
  Merrillville                                                            JACQUELINE J. IVORY, East Chicago     JEFFREY COLEMAN, Gary                 MICHAEL STEVEN URBANO,
                                    RACHEL LEE BONDI, Highland
Psychology                                                                Financial Information Systems         Management and Administrative           Porter
                                    Business Administration
JESSICA VALCO, St. John                                                   DOROTHY KEENE, Merrillville             Studies                             DOROTHY WILLIAMS-WHITE,
                                    BILLY JOE CARDIN, Schererville
Psychology                                                                Business Administration               REGINALD L. DOTSON, East                Raleigh,
                                    Business Administration
                                                                          RAVEN RENAE LIGHTSEY, Gary              Chicago                               North Carolina
                                    MATTHEW ALAN RATTAY, Portage
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                       Business Administration               Management and Administrative
                                    Business Administration
Degrees Conferred, December 31,                                           QUANDRA C. McCLOUD-BLOUNT,              Studies                             ASSOCIATE OF ARTS
                                    MICHELLE NICOLE RUCKER, Gary
  2005                                                                      Hammond                             CHRISTY MARIE DUERR, Crown            IN GENERAL STUDIES
                                    Business Administration
LENETTE P. AUSTIN, Hammond                                                Business Administration                 Point                               Candidates for Degrees, May 2006
                                    JASON ROSS TORRES-REGNIER,
Computer Information Systems                                              RYAN THOMAS MISTARZ, Cedar            Management and Administrative         DEBBIE ANN ABRAM, Gary
                                      Griffith
HUMBERTO VALLEJO, Munster                                                   Lake                                  Studies                             LISA LYNN ALDRIDGE, Crown
                                    Business Administration
Computer Information Systems                                              Financial Information Systems         JACKIE DEAN JENT, Portage               Point
                                    KRISTINA DAWNE YODER,
JAZMINE N. WILLIAMS, Gary                                                 BRIAN FORREST PORTER,                 Management and Administrative         JONNA LYNN CLAXTON, Hobart
                                      Rensselaer
Mathematics                                                                 Valparaiso                            Studies                             DAVID WAYNE DUNLAP, Munster
                                    Business Administration
GIN YOUNG YANG, Hobart                                                    Business Administration               TAMI LYNN PAE, Highland               ANDREA A. GINTHER, Crown Point
Mathematics                                                               ROSEMARIE REID, Hebron                Management and Administrative         DARNITHA PATRICE GLENN, Gary
                                    ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN
CHRISTINA ZUKOSKI, Valparaiso                                             Accounting                              Studies                             JAMES B. HEALY, Merrillville
                                      BUSINESS
Computer Information Systems                                              JOSEPH AARON REYNOLDS IV,             JOSHUA TOY POWERS, Crown              SUNNY C. HERNANDEZ, Gary
                                    Candidates for Degrees, May 2006
                                                                            Portage                               Point                               SHAWN PATRICK JENKS, Hobart
                                    TIFFANY ANNE EWING, Lake
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                       Financial Information Systems         Management and Administrative         CHRISTOPHER C. KENDYS,
                                      Village
Candidates for Degrees, May 2006                                          MARY ELBA ROSARIO, Hammond              Studies                               Schererville
                                    Business Administration
ANDREW C. ALIFERAKIS, Crown                                               Business Administration               JENNIFER YVONNE RAYBURN,              FRANK J. KUSBEL, Hammond
                                    PATRICIA E. FORSYTHE, Portage
  Point                                                                   KRISTEN GAIL SIUBA, St. John            Gary                                SHANNON SUSANN LITTLE, Lake
                                    Business Administration
Psychology                                                                Financial Information Systems         Management and Administrative           Station
                                    MATTHEW ALAN GABRANO,
MARIKKO ERIN ANDERSON,                                                    YVONNE OLIVIA SUMMERS, Gary             Studies                             GOLEAN MEADOWS, Merrillville
                                      Hammond
  Merrillville                                                            Business Administration               NATHAN LEE REMALY, Visalia, CA        NICOLE MICHELLE MILLER,
                                    Business Administration
Chemistry                                                                 DIANA NICOLE TIMMONS,                 Management and Administrative           Valparaiso
                                    MARJORIE A. MILLS, Munster
NNENNA ANEKWE, Portage                                                      Hammond                               Studies                             MARY BETH NELSON, Crown Point
                                    Business Administration
Chemistry                                                                 Business Administration               MARCUS EDWARD SMITH,                  MARGARET MCGUIRE STAHURA,
                                    KIMBERLY A. PUSATERI, Gary
HEATH DENNIS BROWN, Lowell                                                Financial Information Systems           Valparaiso                            Portage
                                    Business Administration
Chemistry                                                                 JACOB SAMUEL WOOD, Valparaiso         Management and Administrative         BENITTA ILONA THORNTON, East
                                    CELIA G. TELLADO, Hobart
HARRY BURGOS, Portage                                                     Business Administration                 Studies                               Chicago
                                    Business Administration
Biology                                                                                                         KELLY ANN STOMING, St. John
                                    MIGUEL TOVAR, Merrillville
TINA M. CASTELLANOS, Hobart                                               BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN                Management and Administrative         BACHELOR OF ARTS
                                    Business Administration
Psychology                                                                  BUSINESS                              Studies                             IN GENERAL STUDIES
MALISA CHAVEZ, Portage                                                    Candidates for Degrees, August 2006                                         Candidates for Degrees, May 2006
                                    ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN
Biology                                                                   ANDREW JOSEPH BENNETT,                MASTER OF BUSINESS                    BRUCE JULIUS ASHLEY Sr.,
                                      BUSINESS
DEBORAH SUSAN CHENOWETH,                                                    Portage                               ADMINISTRATION                        Michigan City
                                    Candidates for Degrees, August 2006
  Portage                                                                 Business Administration               Candidates for Degrees, August 2006   MICHELLE MIRIAM AVAKIAN,
                                    MICHAEL CALEB FORREST,
Computer Information Systems/Fine                                         ELIZABETH D. BRADLEY, Munster         CURTISS ASBELL, St. John                Hobart
                                      Valparaiso
  Arts                                                                    Business Administration               Management and Administrative         MARY GWENDOLYN BAKER, Gary
                                    Business Administration
STEPHANIE DAVIS, Gary                                                     VERNONICA APRIL CORTEZ,                 Studies                             SHEILA DENISE CHANDLER,
                                    JULIE A. MARKERT, St. John
Computer Information Systems/Fine                                           Hobart                              LISA ANN BABINCSAK, Crown               Merrillville
                                    Business Administration
  Arts                                                                    Financial Information Systems           Point                               ANTHONY A. CLEMENTS,
                                    MONIQUE R. SCOTT, Hebron
NANCY L. ESCOBEDO, East Chicago                                           PRISCILLA ANN DE LA O,                Management and Administrative           Highland
                                    Business Administration
Biology                                                                     Hammond                               Studies                             TOMMY M. CRAIG, Gary
DAVID N. GARLIN, Gary                                                     Business Administration               GARY D. CRUM, Lowell                  MARA BRIE DECKTER, Munster
                                    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
Mathematics                                                               BRIAN EDWARD FRANCZAK,                Management and Administrative         GINA M. DOHERTY, Munster
                                      BUSINESS
LAUREN MARIE GRILLEY, St. John                                              Merrillville                          Studies                             JUDITH L. FAULKNER, Cedar Lake
                                    Degrees Conferred, December 31,
Biology                                                                   Business Administration               NICOLE ELIZABETH HALL, Portage        SAWSAN A. FROUSSINE, Munster
                                      2005
PATRICIA I. HARRIS, Merrillville                                          ARMETRIA GIBSON, Gary                 Management and Administrative         MEDRIA FULGIAM, East Chicago
                                    MICHAEL J. AIMONE, Merrillville
Chemistry                                                                 Business Administration                 Studies                             MANDIE L. HOWARD, Chesterton
                                    Business Administration
LARRY L. HAYDEN, Gary                                                     RACHEL ELIZABETH HOLLAND,             AARON MARC KONOPACKI,                 SANDRA KATE HUFF, Gary
                                    JAMIE LYNN BASDEN, Hammond
Computer Information Systems                                                Hobart                                Valparaiso                          SEAN D. KING, Gary
                                    Business Administration
PAULA ANN HOLLINS, Merrillville                                           Business Administration               Management and Administrative         EMILY A. KIRK, Portage
                                    DANIEL J. BICE, Hebron
Computer Information Systems/Fine                                         RYAN ANDREW ILIFF, Highland             Studies                             KYLE FRANCIS KWASNY,
                                    Business Administration
  Arts                                                                    Business Administration               KELLY ANN KRAYNIAK, Hobart              Schererville
                                    LAURA J. CHRISTIAN, Rolling
VIRGINIA J. HUGHES, Hebron                                                DAWNYA LYNN IVEY, Schererville        Management and Administrative         CHASTITY LEON, Porter
                                      Prairie
Chemistry                                                                 Business Administration                 Studies                             TEEYNESHA M. LOVE, Gary
                                    Accounting
CHRISTOPHER FRANCIS                                                       DIANA MARIYA KURSOV, Michigan         MATTHEW SPENCER MANOSKI,              SANDRA J. MENDOZA, Crown
                                    JASON JAMES CROOK, Merrillville
  KLONOWSKI, Dyer                                                           City                                  Merrillville                          Point
                                    Financial Information Systems
Chemistry                                                                 Business Administration               Management and Administrative         ELIZABETH ANN NAGY, Crown
                                    STEPHAN CLARK DIMOS, Crown
LEONARD O. KOSINSKI, Porter                                               TERRIE M. MADDOX, Crown Point           Studies                               Point
                                      Point
Psychology                                                                Business Administration               JAMIE MICHELLE PEYTON,                MICHAEL W. NAGY, St. John
                                    Financial Information Systems
RENEE MARIE LUKETICH, Dyer                                                STEPHANIE MENDEZ, Lake Station          Valparaiso                          NICHOLAS JOSEPH NAUMOFF,
                                    KEVIN PATRICK GRACE, St. John
Psychology                                                                Business Administration               Management and Administrative           Hammond
                                    Business Administration
MARQUES L. MARION, East                                                   PRAKASH B. PATEL, Munster               Studies                             VALARIE BARBARA NELSON,
                                    JUNITA LARONDA HAWKINS,
  Chicago                                                                 Financial Information Systems         JASON S. REBAR, Munster                 Valparaiso
                                      Merrillville
Computer Information Systems/Fine                                         CHAD DAVID PEEK, Portage              Management and Administrative         CHIN S. PARK, Highland
                                    Business Administration
  Arts                                                                    Business Administration                 Studies                             BRIDGETTE LASHAWN PEPPERS,
                                    THOMAS M. KAISER, Valparaiso
GENE XAVIER MAYA, Portage                                                 MAZEN HAKAM SAFADI,                   TONYA M. RIGHTSELL, Valparaiso          Hobart
                                    Business Administration
Chemistry                                                                   Valparaiso                          Management and Administrative         ANNETTE ELAINE PETERSON,
                                    MATTHEW LINCOLN O’BRIEN,
JEFFREY T. MILLER, Chesterton                                             Business Administration                 Studies                               Gary
                                      Michigan City
Actuarial Science                   Business Administration               JOHN R. SLAVIK, Hobart                DERICK MARK THIELBAR, Portage         MARY CATHERINE PETRO, Hobart
CASSIE MANON NICHOLS, Lake                                                Business Administration               Management and Administrative         CATRINA LATRICE PIERCE, Gary
                                    GUADALUPE ORTIZ, Lake Station
  Station                                                                 BROOKE ELIZABETH SPENCER,               Studies                             MICHELLE N. RAUPACH,
                                    Financial Information Systems
Chemistry                                                                   Hobart                                                                      Valparaiso
                                    JENNIFER KRISTY OTANO, Portage
JESSICA OLMOS, Hammond                                                    Business Administration                                                     VICTORIA LYNN RIVERA,
                                    Business Administration
Chemistry                                                                                                                                               Merrillville
                                    TRAMEL RAMOND RAGGS, Gary                                                   School of Continuing
JENNIFER G. ORTIZ, Dyer                                                   MASTER OF BUSINESS                                                          BRIAN WILLIAM SCHLENDER,
                                    Business Administration
Chemistry                                                                  ADMINISTRATION                        Studies                                Chesterton
                                    DEREK RYAN ROEDA, Dyer
RYAN PIERCE, Valparaiso                                                   Degrees Conferred, December 31,                                             DENINE C. SCOTT, Gary
                                    Financial Information Systems
Actuarial Science                                                          2005                                 ASSOCIATE OF ARTS                     DWAYNE STAPLES, Valparaiso
                                    JUDSON D. SCHMUCKER, Crown
RANDALL ALLEN PATRICK                                                     GODWIN EHIGHALUA                      IN GENERAL STUDIES                    RITA MARIE RUMMELL STASIK,
                                      Point
  THOMAS Jr., Hobart                                                       AKHIREVBULU, Chicago, Illinois       Degrees Conferred, December 31,         Portage
                                    Business Administration
Psychology                                                                Management and Administrative           2005                                COLIN EARL STOOPS, Hobart
                                    MICHAEL JONATHAN SHIMKUS,
ERIN J. VIERS, Hebron                                                      Studies                              KELLY ANN HENDRICKSON,                VINCERE DENISE TAYLOR, East
                                      Crown Point
Psychology/Biology                                                        KRISTIN L. BUSCH, Chesterton            Highland                              Chicago
                                    Business Administration
                                                                          Management and Administrative         CHERYL LYNN JACKSON, Gary             CHRISTOS T. TROUPIS, Schererville
                                    SONER O. SUPURGECI, Crown
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                        Studies                              TAWANA CHANEL JOHNSON,                KEITH E. WAGNER, Hammond
                                      Point
JOAN TIFFANY WALL, Gary               Secondary Education/Social Studies   Secondary Education                   Degree Conferred, December 31,     MARY KATHERINE LOPEZ, Gary
SHEILAH WEBB, Gary                    KRISTINA RENEE NOVRESKE,             KATHLEEN BONA VOGEL,                    2005                             JENNIFER ANN LOW, DeMotte
                                        Hebron                               Schererville                        JAMES M. CONRICK, Valparaiso       SAMANTHA MICHELLE
ASSOCIATE OF ARTS                     Elementary Education                 Secondary Education                                                        MAHONEY, Portage
IN GENERAL STUDIES                    STACEY NICOLE PAVLETIC,                                                    ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE               GAZEL ANTHONY MEHOK III,
Candidates for Degrees, August 2006     Schererville                       MASTER OF SCIENCE                     IN LABOR STUDIES                     Cedar Lake
LATISHA DARSHELLE BAKER,              Elementary Education                 Candidates for Degrees, May 2006      Candidates for Degrees, May 2006   MAUREEN ANNE MERRITT, Crown
  Merrillville                        DIANE LEMAR ROYSTER, New             KERRY ANN ANDERSON, Hobart            CHARLES EDWARD BENTON Jr.,           Point
JANICE FAYE BOOKER, Gary                Jersey                             Elementary Education                    Gary                             RITA A. METSCH, Lowell
JAMES BRANDON DILLON, Gary            Elementary Education                 JASMIN ALLANA BANKHEAD,               LAVERNE COLE-WILLIAM,              REYNA MARIE MINK, Hammond
LONITA MICHELLE FRANKLIN,             AMANDA MARIE SPEERS, Crown             Gary                                  Merrillville                     KELLY JEAN MIS-OLSEN, Whiting
  Merrillville                          Point                              Secondary Education                   MALISSA CAMILLE HAACK,             MACKENZIE ANN MOORE,
PATRICIA ANN JONES, Gary              Elementary Education                 YOLANDA BRACEY, Merrillville            Michigan City                      Valparaiso
LISA L. MORTON, Hobart                SCOTT RAYMOND SWANSON,               Elementary Education                  PAMELA JO WITT, Portage            KIMBERLY ANN RADDATZ,
MICHAELINE AMY PAPPAS,                  Portage                            AMY ANN DOMORAS, Crown Point                                               Merrillville
  Valparaiso                          Secondary Education/Social Studies   Elementary Education                  BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                ERIN LEIGH ROTH, Crown Point
GLORIA SANCHEZ, Hammond               JEREMY F. WILLIAMS, Crown Point      KRISTYANN ELSEY, Portage              IN LABOR STUDIES                   AISHA JAPORA RENEE SAGO, Gary
MURIEL L. SLOAN, Gary                 Elementary Education                 Elementary Education                  Candidates for Degrees, May 2006   CARRIE SCANLON, Hobart
                                                                           SCOTT R. GOLD, Crown Point            JEROME STEWART BROWN,              WENDY JOSALYN SPLITGERBER,
BACHELOR OF ARTS                      BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                  Secondary Education                     Highland                           Crown Point
IN GENERAL STUDIES                    Candidates for Degrees, May 2006     ELIZABETH BRANNON HEIN,               GLENDA CAROL JACKSON, Gary         WAYNE WILLIAM STOLL, Cedar
Candidates for Degrees, August 2006   JENNIFER REBECCA BANJOFF,              Valparaiso                          LILLIE OWENS TAYLOR, Gary            Lake
ABBEY M. DeYOUNG, Westville             Hebron                             Elementary Education                  JENNIFER LEE WILSON, Hobart        HOLLY LYNN WEBER, Crown Point
BEVERLY S. GEORGE, Valparaiso         Elementary Education                 SHAWN LYNETTE HOOVER-
TRACY DARLENE GLASS, Gary             KAREN MAUREEN BENNETT, Gary            DAVIS, Merrillville                                                    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
DAVONNA L. GRIFFIN, Schererville      Elementary Education                 Elementary Education                  School of Nursing                  Candidates for Degrees, August 2006
MELANIE LARAE HAWLEY,                 DEBRA LYNN BROOM, Portage            KAROL R. KETCHER, Crown Point                                            JENICA BIALATA, Portage
  Chesterton                          Secondary Education/Science          Elementary Education                  ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE               VICTORIA MARIE CASTELLANO,
NATALIE AMBER HUBER, Griffith         DENISE M. DUNLAP, Gary               NAOMI ANNA KINSEY, Hobart             Candidates for Degrees, May 2006     Portage
CHERYL L. JAMES, Gary                 Elementary Education                 Secondary Education                   TARA LYNN CARDENAS, Portage        ANGENITA D. HOWARD, Gary
TAMMY VERDELL JELKS, Gary             MONIQUE ROSE FREDLINE,               ROBERT WAYNE KLINEDINST,              VICKI LYNN CARTER, Crown Point     JODI V. MORGAN, Chesterton
SARA L. MORANDO, Whiting                Michigan City                        Grovertown                          CYNTHIA LEE COSTELLO,              MELISSA MARIE MROCZEK,
SHIRLENE CHARMAINE OLSON,             Secondary Education/English          Elementary Education                    Chesterton                         Merrillville
  Crown Point                         JESSICA LOUISE FRENCL, Lake          REBECCA ANN LADD, Valparaiso          KRISTY MARIE DUNCAN,               REGINA LESLEY PECOSKI, Hobart
MICHAEL S. RODRIGUEZ,                   Station                            Secondary Education                     Schererville                     VICTORIA ELAINE PEREZ, Portage
  Hammond                             Elementary Education                 CHRISTY JOY LEWIS, East Chicago       KRISTINA MARIA FATTORE,            ANGELA RENA WILLIAMS, Gary
DIANA BURTS RYAN, Merrillville        DAVID N. GARLIN, Gary                Secondary Education                     Merrillville
DAVID A. SHAFFER, Westville           Secondary Education/Math             JILL MARIE MacDONALD, Hobart          MARGENE P. GILBERT, Munster
LOUANN N. SYLVIA, De Motte            MICHAEL REY GONZALEZ,                Secondary Education                   LAURA JEAN GRAVES, Valparaiso      School of Public and
JASON E. TERRY, Merrillville            Hammond                            MELISSA RAE MARNELL,                  JUDY A. HENRICY, Crown Point       Environmental Affairs
GLORIA M. WOODS, Gary                 Secondary Education/Spanish            Schererville                        REBECCA LYNN HILL, Hobart
                                      HARA C. HALKIAS, Merrillville        Elementary Education                  LISA HITCHCOCK-WEBER,               and
                                      Elementary Education                 CHYAMIAH D. MARTIN, Crown               Valparaiso                       Political Science
Dental Education                      NICOLE ELIZABETH HALKIAS,              Point                               RAQUEL RENICE HOLIFIELD, Gary
 Program                                Merrillville                       Secondary Education                   SARAH JEAN HOLLAN, Hobart          ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
                                      Elementary Education                 GINGER MARIE MIKULICH,                KODY BAILEY JONES, Valparaiso      IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE                  CHRISTY LYNN KATSCHKE,                 Valparaiso                          FELICIA R. LEWIS, East Chicago     Degrees Conferred, December 31,
IN DENTAL HYGIENE                       Portage                            Secondary Education                   LESLIE LISOWSKI, Valparaiso          2005
Candidates for Degrees, May 2006      Elementary Education                 LEISSA IRIS PIERSON, Merrillville     DINO ANGELO R. LUCENO, Crown       BRIAN BURKE, DeMotte
MICHELLE C. BLAKE, Schererville       SUZANNE SCOFF KEEL, Crown            Elementary Education                    Point                            GRANT CRIZER, Portage
LESLEY E. CUNNINGHAM,                   Point                              CARLOS JAVIER REED, Gary              CATHY MAKARA-VUKIN,                RENAE CUNNINGHAM, Valparaiso
  DeMotte                             Secondary Education/Social Studies   Secondary Education                     Highland                         STEVEN GRANTER, Griffith
ABBEY M. DeYOUNG, Westville           MARY R. KRUCINA, Lowell              ERICA MAIA ROBINSON-                  JANA MCDONOUGH-BANKS,              CHRISTOPHER KING, Westville
ASHLEY DeYOUNG, Westville             Secondary Education/Science            WATKINS,                              Merrillville                     JUSTIN LIEBERMAN, Highland
DAMJANA DOBRAS, Crown Point           TERESA DIANE KRUSE, Valparaiso         East Chicago                        DEANNA JEAN NOWAKOWSKI,            LINDSEY MURAIDA, Crown Point
JULIE DOFFIN, Crown Point             Secondary Education/English          Elementary Education                    Crown Point                      REBECCA RAMON, Kentland
KARI DUNCAN, Schererville             STEPHANIE ANN LOUTHAN,               JOEL C. SARKEY, St. John              JESSICA DANIELLE PAVICH,           JAMES REGAN, Merrillville
JENNIFER EATON, Crown Point             Chesterton                         Elementary Education                    Griffith                         RAQUEL YOUNG, Gary
KRYSTAL M. ELDRIDGE, Lake             Secondary Education/Social Studies   JAKLYNN ANNE TURNER, Gary             DANIELLE L. PICKART, Ogden
  Station                             KRISTIN ELAINE MANTTA, Lake          Secondary Education                     Dunes                            ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
EVA MARIE GALLAGHER, Hobart             Station                            BRIAN R. VANCE, Lowell                MELISSA A. POLOWSKY, Chesterton    IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
HEATHER LYNN HAVENS, DeMotte          Secondary Education/English          Secondary Education                   KELLY MICHELLE POLSTER,            Candidates for Degrees, May 2006
KRISTA JOHNSON, Dyer                  DERRICK JAMES MILENKOFF,             BROOKE R. VANCE, Lowell                 Crown Point                      SHAWN ALEXANDER, Hammond
CHRISTINE MARIE KOBY, Cedar             Hobart                             Elementary Education                  MARGARITA ANGELICA                 ENRIQUE BALERINI, Portage
  Lake                                Secondary Education/Social Studies   KRISTINE DIANE VAN HOOSE,               RAMIREZ, Hammond                 MICHAEL BANNING, Crown Point
CHASTITY LEON, Porter                 JEFFREY SCOTT RENN, Hobart             Crown Point                         CHRISTEN DEE RYBAK, Valparaiso     LARS CARLSON, Hobart
JENNIFER LUTHER, Portage              Secondary Education/Social Studies   Secondary Education                   JACQUELINE M. SANCHEZ, Crown       KENYATTA CHAMBLAIN, Gary
CANDACE A. MASSOTH,                   LAURA ANN ROTH, Hobart               ROBERT JOSEPH WILSON, Hobart            Point                            JESSICA COLE, Valparaiso
  Wheatfield                          Secondary Education/Social Studies   Elementary Education                  KIMBERLY S. SAUSMAN, Valparaiso    EMILLY DENNISON, Gary
SHANNA H. O’SULLIVAN,                 LISA ANN SANCHEZ, Crown Point                                              SUSAN A. STASSIN, Griffith         MICHAEL DUNLAP, Chesterton
  Valparaiso                          Secondary Education/Art              MASTER OF SCIENCE                     DONNA LEE STEPNOSKI, Crown         JAMES GONZALES, Hobart
JULIE A. SAUSMAN, Portage             ETHAN JAMES SHEBESH,                 Candidates for Degrees, August 2006     Point                            RICHARD HEIM, Dyer
STACEY L. SCHUSTER, Highland            Schererville                       VERA AVRAMOVIC, Merrillville          HEATHER I. TANBER, Michigan City   TIMOTHY KILGORE, Schererville
GRETCHEN J. SHAFER, Crown             Elementary Education                 Elementary Education                  TAURA ALLENE THORNTON, East        STEVEN KRIZMAN, Merrillville
  Point                               LINDSEY ANNE SINGLETON,              BETTY JUANITA BAKER, Gary               Chicago                          ERIC McGEE, Gary
STEPHANIE R. SONATY, Portage            Lowell                             Secondary Education                   PHYLLIS CHENNILLE WALKER,          LAURA NIKOLICH, Lake Station
AMELIA TANNER, Portage                Elementary Education                 TINA K. CLINDANIEL, Kouts               Gary                             GINA PRITCHETT, Hobart
NATALIE THORSTAD, Chesterton          CHRISTEN NICOLE TUTTLE, Lake         Secondary Education                   MONESHA MONEICE                    DAVID SIMON, Highland
JESSICA VANDERGRIFF, Portage            Station                            MICHELLE MARIE COUGHLIN,                WASHINGTON, Michigan City        CHRSITINA SORIA, Lake Station
                                      Elementary Education                   Merrillville                        IRENE WOZNY, Valparaiso            STEPHANIE TAYLOR, Portage
                                      BRYAN TYMAN, Hobart                  Elementary Education                                                     ERNESTO TINOCO, Merrillville
School of Education                   Secondary Education/Social Studies   LACRISHA RENEE HARTFIELD,             BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                COURTENEY WILLIAMS, Gary
                                      JANICE LYNN WEBER-KLEIN,               Merrillville                        Candidates for Degrees, May 2006
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                     Lowell                             Elementary Education                  PAMELA SUE BAISDEN-JONES,          ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
Degrees Conferred, December 31,       Secondary Education/Science          NAOMI ANNA KINSEY, Hobart               Highland                         IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
  2005                                                                     Secondary Education                   ANGELA MARIE BANZEN, Portage       Candidates for Degrees, August 2006
QIANA RAEANE BANDY,                   BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                  ERIC CHRISTOPHER LABUS, St.           KIM BENTLEY, Gary                  SHIANNE COX, Cedar Lake
  Merrillville                        Candidate for Degree, August 2006      John                                DORETHA LYNN BROWN,                STEVEN DOFFIN, Crown Point
Secondary Education/English           BRANDI A. ODOM, Gary                 Elementary Education                    Merrillville                     BRANDON GORGEI, Portage
CARMEN MARIA BLAKE, Gary              Secondary Education/English          DEBORAH L. LEBRON, Crown Point        ANDREW PATRICK CARLAY,             MEGAN GUTHRIE, Hammond
Elementary Education                                                       Elementary Education                    Crown Point                      JORDAN JOHNSTON, Chesterton
LORI L. BURNETT-WILLIAMS,             MASTER OF SCIENCE                    NIKKIA J. MACKIE-WILSON, East         IRENE AMY MACAYA CARLAY,           ANDREA MAK, Hobart
  Michigan City                       Degrees Conferred, December 31,        Chicago                               Crown Point                      JEREMY McFADDEN, Hammond
Elementary Education                    2005                               Elementary Education                  NICOLE MICHELE CASTLE, Dyer        CHRISTOPHER MOSTELLO,
KATHLENE MARIE CANNON,                JEFFREY M. KING, Portage             HEATHER HELEN MASON, Cedar            MALISA CHAVEZ, Portage               Valparaiso
  Hobart                              Elementary Education                   Lake                                ELIZABETH ERIN CICCHETTO,
Elementary Education                  JENNIFER LYNN MARTIN, Portage        Secondary Education                     Portage                          ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
AIMEE MARIE FRANZEN, Crown            Secondary Education                  MARILYN ANTOINETTE MIXON,             LEANN KERRI CICILLIAN, Portage     IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS
  Point                               CARRIE LYNN MARTIN-SMITH,              Gary                                CORBY J. CLARK, Merrillville       Degree Conferred, December 31,
Elementary Education                    Portage                            Secondary Education                   STEPHANIE ANN COCO-AKO,              2005
JENNIFER ANN FUENTES, Hebron          Secondary Education                  TINISHA RENEE MORRIS, Gary              Portage                          SYLVIA TOLLIVER, Gary
Elementary Education                  WENDEL LAMAR McCOLLUM,               Elementary Education                  BARBARA JEAN CRAWFORD, Gary        Public Administration
LETITIA LYNNE GRAY, Portage             Merrillville                       AYESHA TALIAH SEARCY,                 ASHLEY M. DILOSA, Merrillville
Secondary Education/English           Secondary Education                    Highland                            RACHELLE J. ELDRED, Crown Point    ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
MOLLY JOANNA HARVEY, Gary             THOMAS FRANCIS McFEELY,              Elementary Education                  DARLENE FARLEY, Lake Station       IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Elementary Education                    Hammond                            TASHA BROOKE WOODS,                   CHRISTINA MARIE GEORGIEFSKI,       Candidate for Degree, May 2006
LINDA L. JOSTES, Merrillville         Secondary Education                    Valparaiso                            Crown Point                      SIAN HILL, Portage
Secondary Education/English           NICOLE NIGH, Schererville            Secondary Education                   ESTEBAN D. GONZALEZ,               Public Administration
JILLIAN DELIA KIENZLE, Cedar          Secondary Education                                                          Hammond
  Lake                                TIMOTHY A. PIVARNIK, Valparaiso                                            ELIZABETH MARIE HALL, Hobart       ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
Elementary Education                  Secondary Education                  Division of Labor                     JAIME LORENZO HOPKINS, Hobart      IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS
KRISTEN R. LEON, Portage              ERIN BEVERLY SCHMIDGALL,              Studies                              CATHERINE LYNN JACKSON,            Candidate for Degree, August 2006
Elementary Education                    Valparaiso                                                                 Valparaiso                       MARGARET LEWIS, Gary
MICHAEL WILLIAM McLINDON,             Secondary Education                  ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE                  VALARIE ANN LIJANA, Crown          Public Administration
  Merrillville                        CHARLENE A. TAYLOR, Hobart           IN LABOR STUDIES                        Point
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                                                                                                                               Degrees Conferred, December 31, 2005                                                                                                     JACK FINWALL, St. John                                                                                                                                                                        East Chicago
IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                                                                                                                                               CANDACE CARPENTER, Gary                                                                                                                  Human Services Administration                                                                                                                                                               Mental Health and Addictions
Degrees Conferred, December 31, 2005                                                                                                                                              THERESA HART, Gary                                                                                                                       KRISTIE GILMORE, Portage                                                                                                                                                                    TANYA BURNS, Gary
MINERVA DeVANY, Merrillville                                                                                                                                                      TIFFANY LONG, Crown Point                                                                                                                Public Management                                                                                                                                                                           Mental Health and Addictions
NICOLE EKLUND, Hammond                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     DONALD GUMBINER, St. John                                                                                                                                                                   MICHELLE BUTLER, Merrillville
YASMIN FONTANEZ, Portage                                                                                                                                                          BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                                                                                      Public Management                                                                                                                                                                           Mental Health and Addictions
RICHARD FOREMAN, Crown Point                                                                                                                                                      IN HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT                                                                                                            JOHN GUNN Jr., Gary                                                                                                                                                                         JONELLE CARNS, Merrillville
MICHAEL GRISMER, Chesterton                                                                                                                                                       Candidates for Degrees, May 2006                                                                                                         Public Management and Human Services                                                                                                                                                        Mental Health and Addictions
MIKELL KIDWELL, Valparaiso                                                                                                                                                        TYREN BONDS, Gary                                                                                                                          Administration                                                                                                                                                                            KATHLEEN ESSEX, Crown Point
LOLITA KINSEY, Merrillville                                                                                                                                                       KIMBERLY GERENDA, Highland                                                                                                               LUE HOLLINS, Harvest, Alabama                                                                                                                                                               Mental Health and Addictions
MICHELLE LEE, Crown Point                                                                                                                                                         MELISSA KITCHEN, Highland                                                                                                                Health Services Administration and Human                                                                                                                                                    FERNANADO FLOREK, Hammond
MICHELLE LIPPIE, Valparaiso                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Services Administration                                                                                                                                                                   Mental Health and Addictions
JAMECIA LYLES, Gary                                                                                                                                                               BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                                                                                      WENDY KAPLAN, Highland                                                                                                                                                                      THEA FRITZ, Highland
BETH MALLOY, Highland                                                                                                                                                             IN HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT                                                                                                            Human Services Administration                                                                                                                                                               Mental Health and Addictions
VERONICA MARTINEZ, Gary                                                                                                                                                           Candidates for Degrees, August 2006                                                                                                      JOSEPHINE KING, Gary                                                                                                                                                                        FRANCISCO GODINEZ, East Chicago
NAARA OLIVIERI, Portage                                                                                                                                                           CAROL KOONS, Portage                                                                                                                     Health Services Administration and Public                                                                                                                                                   Mental Health and Addictions
JAMES RILEY, Hobart                                                                                                                                                               SHERRY LLOYD-SCHULTZ, Merrillville                                                                                                         Management                                                                                                                                                                                PAUL HANNON, LaPorte
JOHNNY ROLDAN, DeMotte                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     JILL MAGNUSON, Valparaiso                                                                                                                                                                   Mental Health and Addictions
                                                                                                                                                                                  BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                                                                                      Public Management                                                                                                                                                                           SANDRA HEUER, Cedar Lake
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                                                                                                                               IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS                                                                                                                        TODD MAKI, Crown Point                                                                                                                                                                      Leadership
IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                                                                                                                                               Degrees Conferred, December 31, 2005                                                                                                     Health Services Administration                                                                                                                                                              RHONDA HILLEGONDS, Cedar Lake
Candidates for Degrees, May 2006                                                                                                                                                  JOSEPH CATLOW, Crown Point                                                                                                               KAMEELAH MORGAN, Park Forest, Illinois                                                                                                                                                      Mental Health and Addictions
MELISSA AMES, Portage                                                                                                                                                             Management                                                                                                                               Public Management                                                                                                                                                                           TONNIA HINSHAW, Portage
RICHARD ARNOLD, Lake Station                                                                                                                                                      ERNESTINE R. JOHNSON, Merrillville                                                                                                       WILLY OKWARA, Merrillville                                                                                                                                                                  Mental Health and Addictions
JILLIAN ASHLEY, Michigan City                                                                                                                                                     Management                                                                                                                               Health Services Administration and Public                                                                                                                                                   EVA HOLMES, Gary
MARK BURNS, Hobart                                                                                                                                                                DANA TALBOT, Munster                                                                                                                       Management                                                                                                                                                                                Mental Health and Addictions
KATRINA CLARK, Gary                                                                                                                                                               Criminal Justice and Management                                                                                                          SHARON PEDRO-DUDLEY, Gary                                                                                                                                                                   KELLY JACKSON, Dyer
BARBARA DIOSI, Highland                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Human Services Administration                                                                                                                                                               Mental Health and Addictions
JAMILA DRAYTON, Hammond                                                                                                                                                           BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                                                                                      DANIEL PLATH, Westville                                                                                                                                                                     PAMELA JOHNSON, Gary
SANDON FETTER, Schererville                                                                                                                                                       IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS                                                                                                                        Public Management                                                                                                                                                                           Mental Health and Addictions
JOHN GILDEIN, Valparaiso                                                                                                                                                          Candidates for Degrees, May 2006                                                                                                         KEVIN REED, Valparaiso                                                                                                                                                                      CHRISTINA McDADE, Gary
EDWARD GOBER, Gary                                                                                                                                                                OMAR GORE, Merrillville                                                                                                                  Criminal Justice                                                                                                                                                                            Leadership
SANDRA GONZALEZ, Gary                                                                                                                                                             Management                                                                                                                               KRISTIN ROBERTS, Merrillville                                                                                                                                                               ESTHER McDONOUGH, Porter
MICHAEL GUZ, Highland                                                                                                                                                             MICHAEL HUNKER, Crown Point                                                                                                              Criminal Justice                                                                                                                                                                            Mental Health and Addictions
JACK HAMADY, Hobart                                                                                                                                                               Environmental Policy                                                                                                                     CARA SPICER, Gary                                                                                                                                                                           STACY MILLS, Dyer
MICHAEL JIMENEZ, Hobart                                                                                                                                                           ABIGAIL RINKER, Valparaiso                                                                                                               Public Management                                                                                                                                                                           Mental Health and Addictions
VICKIE LONG, Michigan City                                                                                                                                                        Management                                                                                                                               LINDA STEVENS, Hammond                                                                                                                                                                      LASHANDA NEAL, Portage
MELONIE LONGANETTI, Valparaiso                                                                                                                                                    TANIS RIPLEY, Valparaiso                                                                                                                 Health Services Administration                                                                                                                                                              Mental Health and Addictions
JUSTIN McDONALD, Griffith                                                                                                                                                         Environmental Policy                                                                                                                     THRESIA STOUT, Merrillville                                                                                                                                                                 E. MAI PITTMAN, Crown Point
NICHOLAS MEDRANO, Crown Point                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Public Management                                                                                                                                                                           Mental Health and Addictions
ELLANA NELSON, Gary                                                                                                                                                               BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                                                                                      JOSPEH WILLIAMS, Merrillville                                                                                                                                                               JACLYN PODGORNY, Hobart
JEREMY PEDONE, Portage                                                                                                                                                            IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS                                                                                                                        Health Services Administration                                                                                                                                                              Mental Health and Addictions
WILLIAM POE, Highland                                                                                                                                                             Candidates for Degrees, August 2006                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  EVITA ROBY, Gary
MARGARITA RAMIREZ, Portage                                                                                                                                                        JOVON ANDERSON, Gary                                                                                                                     MASTER OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS                                                                                                                                                                    Mental Health and Addictions
JENNIFER RAUE, Merrillville                                                                                                                                                       Management                                                                                                                               Candidates for Degrees, August 2006                                                                                                                                                         APRIL SANCHEZ, Hobart
MARIA ROMO-KRATKOCZKI, Hobart                                                                                                                                                     MATTHEW BOILEK, Griffith                                                                                                                 CHARLES ISLEY II, Hobart                                                                                                                                                                    Mental Health and Addictions
CHRISTINA SANCHEZ, Hammond                                                                                                                                                        Management                                                                                                                               Criminal Justice                                                                                                                                                                            CAROLYN THORPE, Merrillville
TROYA SOWELL, Chicago, Illinois                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ANDRE MANZO, East Chicago                                                                                                                                                                   Mental Health and Addictions
JAMES STOUT, Haines City, Florida                                                                                                                                                 MASTER OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS                                                                                                                 Public Management                                                                                                                                                                           MARCIA TINSLEY, Merrillville
AARON TARRY, Portage                                                                                                                                                              Degrees Conferred, December 31, 2005                                                                                                     LATRICE NORMAN, Merrillville                                                                                                                                                                Mental Health and Addictions
MELISSA WILKINSON, Crown Point                                                                                                                                                    TOM AMPELIOTIS, Valparaiso                                                                                                               Health Services Administration                                                                                                                                                              NICOLE VALENTOVICH, Valparaiso
CLATOSSICA WILLIAMS, East Chicago                                                                                                                                                 Public Management                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mental Health and Addictions
KENNETH WILLIAMS, Hobart                                                                                                                                                          JENNIFER LANE, LaPorte                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               MADELINE WATKINS-JUSTICE, Gary
SUSAN WOLF, Hebron                                                                                                                                                                Criminal Justice                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mental Health and Addictions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           School of Social Work
                                                                                                                                                                                  MELANIE MUENZER, Schererville                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        CLEOTIS WHITE, East Chicago
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                                                                                                                               Human Services Administration                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Mental Health and Addictions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK
IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                                                                                                                                               ARLETTA UNDERWOOD, Gary                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              NICOLE ZIPKO, Schererville
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Degree Conferred, December 31, 2005
Candidates for Degrees, August 2006                                                                                                                                               Health Services Administration                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mental Health and Addictions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           VIRNI WEBB, Gary
ACAMEA DEADWILER, Gary                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mental Health and Addictions
MEAGAN JACKSON, Merrillville                                                                                                                                                      MASTER OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK
JUSTIN JEFFRESS, Chesterton                                                                                                                                                       Candidates for Degrees, May 2006                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Candidates for Degrees, August 2006
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK
CHRISTOPHER LaVELLE, Hobart                                                                                                                                                       TAWANA BATES, Griffith                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ARVIS JOHNSON, Gary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Candidates for Degrees, May 2006
DARLENE LOVE, Gary                                                                                                                                                                Public Management and Criminal Justice                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Leadership
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ANDREA ALBEE, Hebron
CASHANNA RILEY, Hammond                                                                                                                                                           TERRI BENNETT, Gary                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  PATRICIA LAWSON, Gary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Mental Health and Addictions
KEVIN ROSPIERSKI, Chesterton                                                                                                                                                      Public Management                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Leadership
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ANGELA BADIE, St. John
JUSTIN SCHUTZ, Crown Point                                                                                                                                                        TIFFANY BRACK, Porter                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                BARBARA SCOTT, Gary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Mental Health and Addictions
GABRIELA TERZIJOSKA, Crown Point                                                                                                                                                  Public Management                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mental Health and Addictions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TERRY BELLAMY, Gary
VIRDIE WATTS, Gary                                                                                                                                                                DONNA COLEMAN, Gary                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CARRI ZIEMNIAK, Highland
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Mental Health and Addictions
                                                                                                                                                                                  Public Management                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mental Health and Addictions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           CAROL BRIGGS, Michigan City
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                                                                                                                               CAROLYN DeWITT, Griffith                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             JILL WAXMAN, Highland
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Mental Health and Addictions
IN HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT                                                                                                                                                     Health Services Administration                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mental Health and Addictions
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              Indiana’s Public Assistance Goes Private                                                                                                                                                            By Jessica Rogers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Better yet, take the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         advice of a skilled                                                                                                                                                                         Indiana’s Public Assistance Goes Private
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         professional, Dr.
                                            assistance        –including     entities.                       the process for those who        state employees union that                                        It’s that dreaded time                                                                                                   Raymond Fontaine, of the
                By Jessica Rogers                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  assistance        –including     entities.                       the process for those who        state employees union that
                                            proposed drug testing for             More than 1.3 Indiana      need their benefits quickly       covers the state workers as                                    of year. Where students                                                                                                     Counseling Office:                                                                                                                                                                            By Jessica Rogers           proposed drug testing for             More than 1.3 Indiana      need their benefits quickly       covers the state workers as
           Local Workers and                applicants. As were all states   residents depend upon some      and will cut costs for the       one of his first official acts.                                  stress themselves further,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Local Workers and                applicants. As were all states   residents depend upon some      and will cut costs for the       one of his first official acts.
           recipients apprehensive          Indiana was also affected by     form of state assistance        state. They also contend         Not everyone is happy about                                    consume obscene amounts                                                                                                       1. Organize
                                                                                                                                                                                                             of coffee, and study for                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             recipients apprehensive          Indiana was also affected by     form of state assistance        state. They also contend         Not everyone is happy about
                                            the reform. The year 2005        and will likely be affected     that complaints about public     the proposed changes.                                                                                                                                                                        2. Seek opportunity
                                                                                                                                                                                                             exams even harder.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the reform. The year 2005        and will likely be affected     that complaints about public     the proposed changes.
                Former President Bill       ushered in its own version       in some manner by the           assistance existed long             “Its their worst idea yet.”                                                                                                                                                                   from crisis                                                                                                                                                                             Former President Bill       ushered in its own version       in some manner by the           assistance existed long             “Its their worst idea yet.”
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           Clinton touted the Welfare       of the welfare controversy       proposed changes in the         before privatization became      said a state employee who                                                                                                                                                                    3. Manage                                                                                                                                                                              Clinton touted the Welfare       of the welfare controversy       proposed changes in the         before privatization became      said a state employee who
           Reform Act of 1999 as an         in Indiana. The debate,          process.     Other    states,   an issue.                        spoke on the condition of                                      not just yet, but they’re                                                                                                         procrastination
                                                                                                                                                                                                             coming.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Reform Act of 1999 as an         in Indiana. The debate,          process.     Other    states,   an issue.                        spoke on the condition of
           effort to “end welfare as we     which has been brewing           such as Florida and Texas,      Spearheaded        by       an   anonymity. “ No matter                                                                                                                                                                       4. Leave time for the                                                                                                                                                                                                   which has been brewing           such as Florida and Texas,      Spearheaded        by       an   anonymity. “ No matter
           know it”, its main objectives    throughout the state, is         have made efforts toward        executive order of Governor      what the legislators tell you,                                 Whether you carried a                                                                                                             unexpected
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  effort to “end welfare as we
                                                                                                                                                                                                             part time schedule, or                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               know it”, its main objectives    throughout the state, is         have made efforts toward        executive order of Governor      what the legislators tell you,
           being to remove families         replete with its proponents      privatization, with mixed       Mitch Daniels, the effort to     they’ve sold Indiana’s poor.                                                                                                                                                                 5. Learn the early
           from the public dole and         and adversaries and centers      results. With privatization,    allow private companies          It’s a really bad deal. Any                                    enough hours to thump                                                                                                             signs of stress
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  being to remove families         replete with its proponents      privatization, with mixed       Mitch Daniels, the effort to     they’ve sold Indiana’s poor.
                                            around the impending             there has been an overall       to bid for contracts for the     way you slice it, these are                                    your chest with arrogance                                                                                                     6. Maintain hydration
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  from the public dole and         and adversaries and centers      results. With privatization,    allow private companies          It’s a really bad deal. Any
           foster         independence.
                                            privatization of the state’s     reduction in caseloads.         application and distribution     statejobsthatareending.The                                     this semester, this is the                                                                                                    7. Take your vitamins
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  foster         independence.     around the impending             there has been an overall       to bid for contracts for the     way you slice it, these are
           During the process, the
                                            public assistance programs.      However, there have been        process of Food Stamps,          way that is being described,                                   home stretch. Let’s review                                                                                                    8. Get rest
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  During the process, the          privatization of the state’s     reduction in caseloads.         application and distribution     statejobsthatareending.The
           federal government made
                                                                                                                                                                                                             the semester that was Fall                                                                                                    9. Exercise
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  federal government made          public assistance programs.      However, there have been        process of Food Stamps,          way that is being described,
           some sweeping changes            In the process, it has pitted    reports of a proliferation      Medicaid and other relief is     different companies are
                                                                                                                                                                                                             2005.                                                                                                                         10. Choose realistic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  some sweeping changes            In the process, it has pitted    reports of a proliferation      Medicaid and other relief is     different companies are
           as to how Aid to Families        state    workers      against    of complaints ranging           a bold and uncertain step.       going to be involved…It
                                                                                                                                                                                                                We’ve all had enough                                                                                                           options
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  as to how Aid to Families        state    workers      against    of complaints ranging           a bold and uncertain step.       going to be involved…It
           with Dependent Children          government         reformists    from inadequate and poor        State employees currently        will be a bidding war sold to
                                                                                                                                                                                                             time to develop a decent,                                                                                                     11. Respect yourself                                                                                                                                                                   with Dependent Children          government         reformists    from inadequate and poor        State employees currently        will be a bidding war sold to
           was administered. It was         and private corporations.        provision of services to        determine eligibility for        the one who promises to do
                                                                                                                                                                                                             if not downright superior,                                                                                                    12. Don’t say yes                                                                                                                                                                      was administered. It was         and private corporations.        provision of services to        determine eligibility for        the one who promises to do




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           replaced with Temporary          There is substantial public      charges of discrimination by    these              programs.     it the cheapest. They are not
                                                                                                                                                                                                             grade point average in our                                                                                                        unless you really                                                                                                                                                                  replaced with Temporary          There is substantial public      charges of discrimination by    these              programs.     it the cheapest. They are not
           Aid to Needy Families            outcry from opponents of         private companies. Critics      Estimatesarethatitwillcostthe    telling us anything except
                                                                                                                                                                                                             respective classes by now.                                                                                                        want to                                                                                                                                                                            Aid to Needy Families            outcry from opponents of         private companies. Critics      Estimatesarethatitwillcostthe    telling us anything except
           and involved personal            privatization who point to       argue that privatization has    state of Indiana a minimum       that maybe our jobs will                                       If a refresher is necessary,                                                                                                  13. Reduce noise                                                                                                                                                                       and involved personal            privatization who point to       argue that privatization has    state of Indiana a minimum       that maybe our jobs will
           responsibility agreements,       the woes that have plagued       proven to be “impersonal”       of $1 billion dollars to         probably be over by July                                       stop by the many tutoring                                                                                                         pollution                                                                                                                                                                          responsibility agreements,       the woes that have plagued       proven to be “impersonal”       of $1 billion dollars to         probably be over by July
           time limits, a family cap        the correctional institutions    and has “never been             privatize the programs.          of next year. The e-mails                                      facilities on campus:                                                                                                         14. Learn that civility                                                                                                                                                                time limits, a family cap        the correctional institutions    and has “never been             privatize the programs.          of next year. The e-mails
           on benefits and work              for a number of years            done          successfully”,    The transition is predicted      that we are getting say that                                   the math lab, writing                                                                                                             reduces stress                                                                                                                                                                     on benefits and work              for a number of years            done          successfully”,    The transition is predicted      that we are getting say that
           incentives. States such as       since many of them have          while proponents insist         to result in the loss of         several companies are vying                                    center, and supplemental                                                                                                      15. Be assertive (ask for                                                                                                                                                              incentives. States such as       since many of them have          while proponents insist         to result in the loss of         several companies are vying
           Michigan enacted a number        surrendered their reigns         that new computers and          thousands of state jobs. Prior   for the contract. All I know                                   instruction are available.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            surrendered their reigns         that new computers and          thousands of state jobs. Prior   for the contract. All I know




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           in an effort to remove           to become privately run          be afforded by private          of the privatization plan,       details on what this might                                     weeks, they may require                                                                                                       16. Create buffer zones                                                                                                                                                                in an effort to remove           to become privately run          be afforded by private          of the privatization plan,       details on what this might
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               taking care of                                        tegral parts of last season’s    undermanned, they played      the swish of the net was all    while also raising the bar    working students created by don’t have much, but what             versity Purdue University       ing up in an environment         afforded me the ability to
           $15 million gift                                                                                                                   think and function indepen-                                    open with your Professor.                                                                                                                                 heard in the distance. Yes,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               yourself                                              team. Lamar and Lathan-          admirably throughout the      you could hear. When the        for athletics at IUN. Don’t   $15 million gift                                                                                                                   think and function indepen-
                                                                                                                                              dently.”                                                       Maintain a sense of honesty                                                                                                                               it is basketball season and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     iel were the Redhawks            season. Returning players     Lady Redhawks find their         forget to support your IUN                                                                                                                                       dently.”
           BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -                                                                                                                   The Coxes’ $15 million                                      and dignity with yourself,                                                                                                                                the Ladies and Men’s IUN




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             all else fails, just study and   logically assess the         Think realistically, and          There are additional                                    one-two punch in scoring         Tossi Williams (Forward),     rhythm, they will cause         Redhawks, and help them       BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -                                                                                                                   The Coxes’ $15 million
           - Indiana University today                                                                                                         gift is the fourth largest gift                                and your Professor—                                                                                                                                       Redhawks are ready to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             hope the university offers       situation. Sure, we know a   study. Manage your time         ways to manage stress,                                    and rebounding, and La-          and Jody Byers (Forward/      problems for almost any         strive for victory.           - Indiana University today                                                                                                         gift is the fourth largest gift
           (Dec. 1) announced the first                                                                                                        ever made at IU for scholar-                                   throughout the semester.                                                                                                                                  play. The Redhawks are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the course next semester,        friend or two who’s pulled   in the weeks leading up to      pick up a brochure at                                     mar was arguably the best        Center) will provide ex-      opponent.                                                     (Dec. 1) announced the first                                                                                                        ever made at IU for scholar-
           21 recipients of the Jesse H.                                                                                                      ships, said Curt Simic, pres-                                  There’s no sense in looking                                                                                                                               seeing the largest amount
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             and with the same                off an enormous comeback,    finals, and approach them       the Counseling Office                                     defensive player on the          perience from last season,      The Men’s team with                                         21 recipients of the Jesse H.                                                                                                      ships, said Curt Simic, pres-
           and Beulah Chanley Cox                                                                                                             ident of the IU Foundation.                                    back. Focus on the final.                                                                                                                                 of new athletic recruits on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Professor.                       thus salvaging their GPA.    confidently—knowing that        at Sycamore 301. To
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     team last year. One of the       while newcomers like Lu-      also face many obstacles                                      and Beulah Chanley Cox                                                                                                             ident of the IU Foundation.
           Scholarships at IU’s Bloom-                                                                                                           “This new scholarship is                                    Ask as many questions as                                                                                                      make an appointment,        campus in recent years, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               If you’ve found yourself       Those instances are few      you have depleted every                                                                   biggest problems that the        cretia Jenkins (Guard) and    throughout this season.                                       Scholarships at IU’s Bloom-                                                                                                           “This new scholarship is
           ington and Indianapolis                                                                                                            first and foremost for out-                                     possible regarding quizzes                                                                                                                                the Assistant Coach for the
           campuses.                                                                                                                          standing students,” Simic                                      leading up to the final. If
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             in an academic quandary,         and far between, honestly.   known resource on campus.       call 981-4235.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Men’s Redhawk team be-        Redhawks have had to face        Satrina Canady (Guard),       They have one of the                Also in this              ington and Indianapolis                                                                                                            first and foremost for out-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     is with the roster. “Over        will help solidify a back-    toughest schedules in there                                   campuses.                                                                                                                          standing students,” Simic
               The new Cox Scholars,                                                                                                          said. “It recognizes excel-                                                                                                                                                                                              lieves that they will make
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     the last couple of years we      court that tended to be       conference, and it will test           Issue:                     The new Cox Scholars,                                                                                                          said. “It recognizes excel-
           who all are from Indiana,                                                                                                          lence in academic perfor-                                                                                                                                                                                                the difference this season.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Also in this issue                Jim Nelson has been        have been slowly building a      erratic last year.            the young team. Even                                          who all are from Indiana,                                                                                                          lence in academic perfor-
           include a single mother of                                                                                                         mance, leadership                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Press Releases pgs. 4-5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       the assistant coach of the    nucleus. Ryan Mistarz will         During a preseason          though they had difficul-                                      include a single mother of                                                                                                         mance, leadership
           four sons who is completing                                                                                                        and citizenship, combined                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Health and Fitness pg. 6      four sons who is completing                                                                                                        and citizenship, combined




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Redhawks for 8 years.         be only the second player        scrimmage held last week      ties in the beginning of last
           a postponed dream of a col-                                                                                                        with a strong work ethic.                                                                                                                                                                   Name Droppers                                                                                                                                             Name Droppers pg. 11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       “This group of guys have      in IUN history to have           the Lady Redhawks hosted      season, they came alive in                                    a postponed dream of a col-                                                                                                        with a strong work ethic.
           lege degree. Many are the                                                                                                          This work ethic is expressed                                                                                                                                                                Family Medicine
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       gelled together before the    graduated with a full career     Kalamazoo and the results     their last couple of games,     Commentary pgs. 14-15         lege degree. Many are the                                                                                                          This work ethic is expressed
           first members of their fami-                                                                                                        in the requirement that the                                                                                                                                                                  Tornado Relief              season even started,” says    as a Redhawk.” Coach             were mixed. At times the      making it to the finals                                        first members of their fami-                                                                                                        in the requirement that the
           lies to go to college. All are                                                                                                     recipients work to earn at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  lies to go to college. All are                                                                                                     recipients work to earn at
           excelling academically as                                                                                                          least one-fourth of their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Updates                  Assistant Coach Jim Nel-      Nelson says.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Player consistency has
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      iron was unkind for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Lady Redhawks. While
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    in the NAIA Division II
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Independent Conference
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       And Much,                  excelling academically as                                                                                                          least one-fourth of their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Commentary & More              son; “and I think that will
           members of the dean’s list
           but also need to work part-
                                                                                                                                              educational expenses. The
                                                                                                                                              Coxes understood from their                                                                                                                                                                                              carry on through the course   been more of a problem           the executions on many        tournament. It was their           Much more...               members of the dean’s list                                                                                                         educational expenses. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Deerhoof - page 8                    IUN Volleyball page 10                  Bernard Williams page 13                                               of the season.” This sea-     in the Lady Redhawks             plays were on the mark,       first postseason for the                                       but also need to work part-                                                                                                        Coxes understood from their
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